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  • 1. received file has no flag
    Hello, while using eudora to receive the emails, all new emails received has no flag, and I cannot tell if the email has been read before or not. outlook and thunderbird has a new flag. It is very convenient. Is it designed this way or there are configurations I need to fix this issue? Thanks.
  • 2. eudora filter problem
    Hello, I want to use eudora v7.1.0.9 to replace outlook. Under outlook, I have a rule settings like this: (From userA or from UserB) and (with Subject xxx or Subject yyy) can it be done from eudora? it looks eurdora only supports (From userA) and (With subject xxx) simple format for filtering. very inconveninent to use. thanks.
  • 3. winmail.dant and embedded pictures
    How can I process winmail.dat to recover embedded pictures? Someone sent me a message with embedded pictures. The message came through with an attachment, "winmail.dat." The embedded pictures aren't displayed by Eudora 6.2.3.4. I presume that the embedded pictures are in fact contained in winmail.dat. Is there some way to make Eudora display them? Is there some utility that will extract embedded pictures from winmail.dat? Windows 2000, sp-4+. I have MS Office 2000 installed, but I don't have either Outlook or Outlook Express actually working (i.e., I haven't set up any account(s) in either of them). Thanks, Fred Holmes
  • 4. Need Help with 5.1 Password Problem
    Hi, all. My dad is on Eudora 5.1 through Adelphia, and he has a problem I can't figure out. When he opens 5.1, it asks for a password. He enters it but it doesn't recognize his password when checking incoming mail. However, when he sends mail, the very same password works fine. Any ideas on what is causing this? Thanks. Todd

Eudora 6 eats processor power

Postby Julian Thornhill » Wed, 17 Sep 2003 01:25:01 GMT

Once I've downloaded mail, even small amounts, my Eudora often hangs for
20-60 seconds with the egg timer, the processor use being 100%. I'm assuming
this is something to do witht he junk filter, but if it is it is very
annoying.

Has anyone else noticed this?

Julian Thornhill



Re: Eudora 6 eats processor power

Postby Palle Jensen » Wed, 17 Sep 2003 01:46:47 GMT




Did you disable moodwatch? Otherwise try it.

-- 
Palle Jensen

Re: Eudora 6 eats processor power

Postby John Tubbs » Wed, 17 Sep 2003 02:40:15 GMT



Check your "Wait" setting at Tools | Options | Background Tasks. A couple
seconds should be enough.


John

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