From: John H Meyers on 24 Jan 2010 10:40
On Fri, 22 Jan 2010 23:16:16 -0600, EricF wrote:
> Did you used to work on Eudora?
Only as my main mail program, for well over a decade; after that much time,
it's difficult to have avoided accidentally learning some of what it does :)
I also have access to some secret "cheat codes," such as:
o The searchable PDF manual that comes with it :)
o The built-in "Help"
(which is all copied from the manual, anyway)
o All the tech support info, tutorials, etc. on http://eudora.com/
(still maintained by Qualcomm, and searchable via Google etc.)
o All the info ever posted on forums at http://eudorabb.qualcomm.com/
(also searchable in the same ways, and still active)
o All the newsgroup discussion ever posted to comp.mail.eudora.*
(both ms-windows and mac), searchable via http://groups.google.com/
o Eudora mailing lists at http://www.listmoms.net/
(where Katrina still writes an entire book on Eudora, almost every day :)
o Google for anything that isn't on above sites
(e.g. everyone's ISP server info :)
o Try things while actually using the program,
including looking through the settings and built-in tools.
o Ask any kid -- they all know everything, anyway :)