fordtrucks97up Digest Volume 98 : Issue 2

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test post2 [ Ken Payne ]
Awfully quiet.... [ Ken Payne ]
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 1996 14:28:38 -0500
From: Ken Payne
To: fordtrucks97up
Subject: test post2
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test post

VERSION 3.0 16- AND 32-BIT

This is version 3.0 of Eudora Pro for Windows. This README provides
information on the following topics:

- Minimum Requirements
- Bug Reports
- Requests for Features
- License and Legal Information

For details about new features in this release of Eudora Pro,
see the on-line Help topics under "New in this Release."


To use Eudora Pro, you must have the following:

- IBM PC or compatible.
- Microsoft Windows 3.1 for 16-bit version; Microsoft Windows 95
or Windows NT 3.5 for 32-bit version.
- Winsock 1.1 API compliant networking package (not needed for
serial connection).
- A mail account with an Internet Service Provider or an Internet-style
- Access to your mail account via a modem (9600 bps or higher recommended)
or Internet-style network connection.


If you experience something you think might be a bug in Eudora, please
report it by sending a message to eudora-bugs Describe what
you did, what happened, what version of Eudora you have, any error messages
Eudora gave (the numbers in ()'s are especially important), what kind of
computer you have, which operating system you're using, and
anything else you think might be relevant.

You will receive an automated response indicating that your bug report has
been received and forwarded to our engineering staff. Unless additional
information is needed, you will not receive a direct response.


>From time to time, everyone comes up with an idea for something they'd
like their software to do differently. This is true of all applications,
Date: Wed, 4 Feb 1998 10:00:08 -0500
From: Ken Payne
To: "'fordtrucks97up'"
Subject: Awfully quiet....
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Well folks, just wanted you to know that slow list activity is normal when a

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