Eudora Internet Mail Server Admin X
Eudora Internet Mail Server Admin X
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Eudora Internet Mail Server Admin X3.3.7

21 July 2008

Connect to Eudora Internet Mail server in OS X.

Overview

EIMS Admin X is a program that allows you to connect to a Eudora Internet Mail Server 3.3.1 or later using Mac OS X.

What's new in Eudora Internet Mail Server Admin X

Version 3.3.7:
  • Fixed Command-Q not working in login window on OS X
  • Fixed popup menu sizes on Leopard
  • Fixed Account Enabled checkbox not being disabled for postmaster accounts
  • Mouse wheel/trackpad scrolling now works in windows that aren't the front window
  • Better reporting of lookup errors
  • Fixed crash when default domain was longer than 53 characters

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How would you rate Eudora Internet Mail Server Admin X app?

1 Reviews of Eudora Internet Mail Server Admin X

Tony Aguila
31 May 2005
Version: 3.2.7

Most helpful

Works fine in Tiger, and I love EIMS X, but this version of admin has a weird quirk. I use a customized Dvorak keyboard layout, and every time I launch EIMS Admin (this version), it switches the input to the US keyboard layout so, if I'm not aware of it, I end up entering the wrong password. I've had this happen on a couple of other programs, and I don't see any reason for this intrusion. I also wish it were keychain aware so it won't have to ask for the password every time.
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Tony Aguila
31 May 2005
Version: 3.2.7
Works fine in Tiger, and I love EIMS X, but this version of admin has a weird quirk. I use a customized Dvorak keyboard layout, and every time I launch EIMS Admin (this version), it switches the input to the US keyboard layout so, if I'm not aware of it, I end up entering the wrong password. I've had this happen on a couple of other programs, and I don't see any reason for this intrusion. I also wish it were keychain aware so it won't have to ask for the password every time.
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