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Eudora and this strange behaviour

Eudora and this strange behaviour

Eudora and this strange behaviour

I had Thunderbird installed on my Laptop 2007 and I used to use it to retrieve my email's work at that time.

I left the work , and I have formatted my laptop I guess twice.

now these days I installed TheBat mail client , and I used it to retrieve my new email work which nothing to do with the previous work.

Today I just installed Eudora Beta V8 for testing purpose, surprising when I opened Eudora after installation completed, I found that Eudora has showed me my previous email (2007)!!!!!

How does that come (with formatted PC) ?

Say I might not sure if I would have formatted my laptop or not,why hasn't TheBat done that ?

RE: Eudora and this strange behaviour



I had Thunderbird installed on my Laptop 2007
I meant to say Year 2007 I I had Thunderbird installed on my Laptop  

RE: Eudora and this strange behaviour

The only thing I can say is IFM.  Since I keep my Eudora in C:\Eudora for backup purposes, I always know and can restore any version or messages from any level of backup.  

Maybe it was still hiding in program files, or User accounts that you didn't format over.


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