From: The Moose on 15 Jul 2008 12:55
Hi Froggie - I tried replying to one of your postings, but not sure if
it went through or not. Anyway, I think you're doing great things
here. I have been a devout user of Eudora ever since I've had email
and I just bought 2 new computers and would like to install 220.127.116.11 on
them. I would pay if I could, but as we know, that is impossible. I
was wondering if you could provide me with some codes for the
Many thanks in advance!
P.S. (To everyone out there) Also, I understand I will need the X1 DLL
to do the X1 search with 18.104.22.168...any tips on where I can find it and
how to install it? Thanks again!
On Jul 11, 6:59 am, Froggie the Gremlin <Frog...(a)see.sig.for.details>
> David, feel free to use the following for the standard, filly equipped
> FirstName: David
> LastName: Imber
> RegistrationCode: 4647200783329794
> Have a nice day!
From: John H Meyers on 15 Jul 2008 16:32
As an FYI for general interest,
re obtaining personal registation codes for Eudora:
o No one but the user of the program ever sees the "registered name"
or code, and then only if displaying "Help" | "About Eudora" or "Pay & Reg"
The name and/or code are not, for example, inserted into any normal email.
o Eudora does not "phone home" with any "activation" system
to try uniquely identifying the computer on which it is running,
nor attempt to limit any one code's use to any one computer
(nor count the users of "site license" codes).
It is therefore not necessary to use different codes on different computers,
and any code you ever see can be used by anyone (or everyone).
With the sole exception of the built in "web search" function
(which routes all searches via "jump.eudora.com"),
the Eudora program therefore does not depend on Eudora's
remaining in business and continually operating servers,
nor upon your continually connecting to the internet
(except to send and receive mail :)
Companies releasing new software often package it
so that you are just a "renter," always dependent upon the vendor
even for permission to keep using the program,
but Eudora was actually "sold" to you, for unlimited use
in perpetuity (or as long as Windows and Internet mail continue
to work as now), "final" versions even releasing the user
from needing to view ads in the "Sponsored" mode,
unencumbered by any such "rights management" system.
One of Froggie's earlier brief appearances:
From: Froggie the Gremlin on 15 Jul 2008 18:57
On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 09:55:52 -0700 (PDT), The Moose
>Hi Froggie - I tried replying to one of your postings, but not sure if
>it went through or not. Anyway, I think you're doing great things
>here. I have been a devout user of Eudora ever since I've had email
>and I just bought 2 new computers and would like to install 22.214.171.124 on
>them. I would pay if I could, but as we know, that is impossible. I
>was wondering if you could provide me with some codes for the
>Many thanks in advance!
<lurk, lurk... lurk, lurk>
Seamus Fitzgerald: 4608749583331068
Jim Fitzgerald: 4184224783332071
From: The Moose on 15 Jul 2008 19:13
> <lurk, lurk... lurk, lurk>
Guilty as charged! ;-)
> Seamus Fitzgerald: 4608749583331068
> Jim Fitzgerald: 4184224783332071
Many thanks...you are the man!
From: David G. Imber on 16 Jul 2008 01:48
On Fri, 11 Jul 2008 06:59:29 -0400, Froggie the Gremlin
>Lurkers...??? PH, are we lurkers...??? <g>
>David, feel free to use the following for the standard, filly equipped
Thanks for this, Froggie, always benefit from your posts. It
gave me a message saying that junk filters wouldn't be effective
unless I entered a "paid mode" ID, but it seems to be doing the job,
so we'll see. Haven't tested its ability to defeat my present problem,
but remain hopeful.
Thanks again! DGI