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Eudora 6

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Eudora_6.1.1_Classic.hqx (5.47 MB)
MD5: 29457580f63ff02ff2dc8a3503e5bbbc
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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Eudora_6.1.1_-_Mac_OS_X.hqx (6.11 MB)
MD5: 37de70310fce18bc26582cbbe5823ef9
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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Eudora_6.2.1.dmg_.hqx (6.47 MB)
MD5: af017e125f4a52859afaf39b941d2b6d
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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Eudora_6.2.3.dmg_.sit (4.90 MB)
MD5: dff5703245ffd394716ab57bc0960b9f
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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Eudora_6.2.4.hqx (12.39 MB)
MD5: dad9096c63391a77df5e36278a587762
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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Guides on emulating older applications

Eudora is a highly configurable POP/IMAP email client.

The 1st download is Eudora 6.1.1 Classic.
The 2nd download is Eudora 6.1.1 - Mac OS X.
The 3rd download is Eudora 6.2.1.
The 4th download is Eudora 6.2.3.
The 5th download is Eudora 6.2.4.

See also: Eudora 1, Eudora 3, Eudora 4, Eudora 5.

See also: Ultimate Eudora Plug-in 2.2.

Architecture: PPC (Carbonized)

Power Macintosh
Mac OS 9.0 with CarbonLib 1.6 or higher or Mac OS X 10.0 or higher


WhosIt.There's picture
by WhosIt.There - 2016, April 18 - 9:58pm

Ahh, you're talking about sending emails to one email server while logged into another provider. You don't need to do that (and very few email applications will have such a "double password" ability). It's a spam protection techinique used by many email providers.

You just send all emails using the outgoing email server of whichever service you're logged into. I do that all the time - I send emails from my work email address via my home ISP's email server, even though they're different providers.

Gary's picture
by Gary - 2016, April 18 - 2:08pm

>You simply access the email server directly.

Good thought. But Verizon (and now Time Warner Cable) required an authentication to access their network. And my email server (Phoenix Hosting) then requires its own authentication. Thus: dual passwords.

It's not important any longer since I'm dropping Phoenix Hosting in a couple of weeks.


WhosIt.There's picture
by WhosIt.There - 2016, April 17 - 11:02pm

I'm still using Eudora 6.2.4 (under Mac OS X 10.2.8). It's handy to be able to still access the downloaded emails when I boot into Mac OS 9.

You shouldn't need two passwords. You simply access the email server directly. Setting up multiple accounts gives access to any number of email servers with different passwords.

Gary's picture
by Gary - 2016, April 17 - 4:05pm

Yes. I use it. But it has been "read only" for several years due to its inability to support dual-level passwords. I need one password for the ISP and a separate password for the email server. Eudora doesn't understand that and never did - at least through v6.1.


Bolkonskij's picture
by Bolkonskij - 2016, April 17 - 1:22pm

Anyone still running Eudora 6 in a productive environment?