After 10+ years of living in darkness, a light appeared during my searchings...http://www.donationc...ex.php?topic=48363.0
This FIX is a jewel!
I thought my email provider did something screwy on their side and they even admitted that they updated their mail server ssl structure the day my Eudora started refusing SSL connections.
They provided zero help on how to solve the problem, but did offer to sell me their email packages, starting at $5 per mailbox per month... having about 100, this made me angry.
So for some years since, I cursed them constantly, got banned from their community support pages for bashing their phone reps technical ignorance and profit driven support model.. I worked there for 7 years.
They made billions before going into their new age, with the owner selling out to hedge fund investors, then it took a large crap on its users.
I am running Win 10 x64
Eudora v126.96.36.199, in paid mode
before replacing the 4 files, I first ran the latest MS VCredist for both 32 and 64 bit.https://support.micr...d-visual-c-downloads
After starting Eudora and setting checking use ssl if available, I got a popup with a certificate, choose accept it, and now it works perfectly.
This place is getting a bit of my money for this!!
also, I am not sure why, probably a 64bit thing, but my mailboxes are all stored in another directory and not the same one as the 32 bit installation would put them...
C:\Users\----USER NAME----\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\Qualcomm\Eudora
If anyone has a fix for this please let US ALL know how to..
Eudora checks for updates on its own, and goes to JUMP.EUDORA.COM which is now owned and controlled by a 3rd party who may be doing something with your data...
How do you shut this off, if you can at all ?