27th April 08:35
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com says...
The picture file on your machine must be in the exact same location
as on the recipients machine. Highly Unlikely, I have Eudora
installed on the J: Drive in one machine.
In order for everybody to see exactly what you see in the same manner
as you do, you will have to upload the HTML do***ent to the web, then
provide a link in the E-Mail message. Even then, people using
different browsers *may* see a layout other than what you had in mind.
Turn off the Microsoft Viewer
Tools | Options | Viewing Mail | Uncheck Use Microsoft's viewer
Turn off the preview pane
Tools | Options | Viewing Mail | Uncheck Show message preview pane
Turn off allow executables in HTML Content
Tools | Options | Viewing Mail | UNCHECK Allow executables in HTML content
Eudora does not automatically run any attachments.
Eudora does do warnings...
Turn off Launch a Program from a message
In Versions 4.x+ the default is OFF unless you turn it on for:
Tools | Options | Extra Warnings | Launch a Program from a message
Also, enhance your WarnLaunchExtensions Parm to something like:
In Eudora 4.x+ add/modify this Parm in the Eudora.ini under [Settings]
Make sure you use the above text exactly, including the vertical bar
that follows your last entry.
Eudora Email Security Advisory
Computer viruses and E-mail
Over and Out