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TitleUsing Eudora (Using...)
Author(s)Dee-Ann Leblanc
PublishedApril 1997
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Reviewer Rob Slade wrote:
With the explosion of growth in dialup IP Internet connections, Eudora very quickly surged to the front of the pack in terms of mail user agents. Until Netscape Navigator 3.0, it was the preferred program for local Internet Service Providers to hand out (not least, perhaps, because of the free version). Even the Lite edition has a number of advantages over both the Netscape and Microsoft products, and while Eudora is not as functional or flexible as Pegasus, it is certainly better known. Over the last few years, I have had numerous interchanges with email users, and even trainers, who, it slowly became clear, saw email exclusively through the Eudora screen. Therefore, I was delighted to find that LeBlanc starts with some basics, background, and fundamentals before jumping into the menus. At appropriate points (such as Styled Text) the reader is reminded that not everyone uses Eudora--certain special features are *not* universal. Netiquette is dealt with in detail, down to aspects of how much text to quote in a reply. The coverage of Eudora itself is clear, comprehensive, and logical. The most common, and necessary, functions are explained first, with advanced functions later. (Oddly, the one piece of information that most frustrated me when starting to use Eudora--the keystroke to use to go to the next message--was not covered in the text. It was provided in the quick reference chart.) copyright Robert M. Slade, 1997

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