Daniel12 2012-04-27 07:35:27
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 document 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] WarnLaunchExtensions=bat|cmd|com|do|exe|htm|js|lnk|pif|reg|vb|wsh|xl|
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
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