Tag Archives: Eudora Tips

Eudora 6.2; Firefox 1.0

Available today are Eudora 6.2 and the much anticipated Firefox 1.0. Eudora’s new features include ScamWatch, a new feature that combats ‘phishing’ schemes that use deceptive URLs in email to gather personal information. This very handily shows you the actual URL in a yellow Tooltip and puts up an alert if you click on an […]

New Eudora beta improves functionality

A new Eudora beta popped up the other day: 6.2b4. Eudora have also set up a forum, specifically to discuss this beta. I always use the beta versions of Eudora as I’ve always found them very stable. This beta adds some interesting things, such as displaying emoticons, and a pop-up menu to add them into […]

Transformation

Transformation Eudora Tip #237/01-Sept-2004 It was exactly 5 years ago on 01 September 1999 that I started the Eudora Tips mailing list. In those 5 years I’ve written more than 235 Tips, several of them with help from other contributors. Now, five years later, it’s time to transform the Eudora Tips mailing list. From now […]

AppleScript: Queue the message

AppleScript: Queue the message Eudora Tip #236/25-August-2004 In the last few weeks we have been building the script Christopher Stone generously provided as a tutorial. Please look back to those Tips. This week we finish up by telling Eudora to queue the message for sending at a certain time. We add several lines into our […]

AppleScript: Address the message

AppleScript: Address the message Eudora Tip #235/11-August-2004 In the last two weeks we have been building the script Christopher Stone, junksieve@cox.net, generously provided as a tutorial. Please look back to those Tips. This week we tell Eudora to address the message for sending to a particular person. For replying you probably don’t need this, but […]

AppleScript: Change the personality

AppleScript: Change the personality Eudora Tip #234/04-August-2004 Last week we started building the script Christopher Stone, junksieve@cox.net, generously provided as a tutorial. Please look back to that Tip. This week we tell Eudora to set the personality to one called “Author”. We add several lines into our existing script. First we set [variable] to a […]



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