Mail Setup/Help Information For Macintosh
Eudora Mail is a Macintosh and Windows (16 bit and 32 bit versions are
available) based e-mail application. Please be advised that there are
many different versions of Eudora Mail (all with a slightly different
interface). The following guide was developed using Eudora 1.5.4 forMacintosh.
There are also two different Eudora types:
Note: This setup is for v1.5.4 and there are variations between versions.
2.From the Menu Bar select Tools and then Options (if you are using older
Eudora versions click Special then Settings) to get to Eudora setup menu.
3.On the left side click Getting Started and verify:
4.On the left side click Personal Info and verify:
5.On the left side click Hosts and verify:
6.On the left side click Checking Mail and verify:
7.All other settings in Eudora are preferences. There are many available options and features within Eudora that can be learned and used at your leisure. Make sure to use the Help feature in Eudora as a reference for any other questions/problems.
User name: All lowercase - you must append @asis
to your username to logon, thus: username@asis
1.The POP account in Eudora is defined as your POP Username@mail.asis.com.
Instead of having two separate fields, Eudora combines the two settings
into one. Verify this setting is correct.
2.The Eudora dialer is a Unix Shell dialer and can not be used on our
service as a dialer.
3.If you get the error "503 Need RCPT (recipient)" when sending mail
it usually due to an incorrectly defined address book entry. Type the
complete e-mail address within a new message and re-send the email.
4.It is best not to use the Change Password under Special. Click on Forget
Password and then try and retrieve your mail and Eudora will prompt you
for the password again.
5.If unable to send e-mail verify you have typed the full complete and
correct e-mail address of the receipient and retry. Also verify you are
dialed into our service as use of the SMTP server is limited to our service.
6.If unable to receive e-mail try having the helpdesk telnet into your
mailbox to look for server errors.
7.For further problems you can: