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Eudora w/ MS mail-postoffice

Eudora w/ MS mail-postoffice

Eudora w/ MS mail-postoffice

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Is it possible to use Eudora 4.3 with Microsoft Mail-Post Office in lieu of Outlook, for inter-office email on our peer to peer WIN9x network? If so, how do I set it up or link to it?
  
I am looking for an alternative to Outlook and MS Mail alltogether. Suggestions wellcome.

Thanks
ST Grr.

RE: Eudora w/ MS mail-postoffice

Try using pegusas mail an alternative to outlook, we use pmail in conjuction with mercury transport works nicely as far as routing mail around internally and to the internet, however, as far as internal security it left to be more desirable.

It's free from www.pmail.com

I have purchased World mail server but never got it work right but did not have any problem with mercury transport.
Go figured, sometime free stuff just work better.  

Solo

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