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Hi, Thank you for the TLS updated files but still cannot download email (Upload's OK). See attached. SSL is using TSLv1.2 but Eudora 'Notes' says "Certificate bad: Destination Host name does not match  host name in certificate. But ignoring this error because Certificate is trusted"

However none of my certificates gets skull sign. Could you kindly point me to right direction getting the updated certificate perhaps?

Eudora, Hermes and Pandora - also compared to TheBat! and other email clients
Eudora, Hermes and Pandora - also compared to TheBat! and other email clients

The HERMES project seems to be sleeping now. A pity, actually.

Yea no new updates for some time.

My 3 biggest issues with this now is... for about 2 years...
1. When sending email, I have to move the msg from the out box to some other then back to out to prevent it from re-sending again after startup.

2. every mailbox checked generates a 1kb HEX coded tmp file, adding up to many thousands in a short time.
C:\Users\--username--\AppData\Local\Temp\lmo????.tmp lmo4F8C.tmp for example

3. when including an attachment, when issue 1 happens, after moving back to out mailbox, the attachment reference is broken on my side.

Also, can a updated SSL file be made please.

The one thing The Bat! does not have is Lightning.
-Tuxman (July 05, 2020, 10:59 AM)
--- End quote ---

The Bat! version 10 aims to fix that with a new address book and a calendar, by the way. (But I won't go back.)

Dear Forum Members,

I wish to address some misconceptions that have arisen in this forum thread. Contrary to certain opinions expressed, HERMES Aurora is far from "sleeping" or "dead"; it is very much alive and thriving. We acknowledge the absence of visible product releases over the past few years, and I'd like to provide some clarification regarding our company and our software.

HERMES is the name of the startup company I am associated with, responsible for creating this software. The product we used to provide, which lacked a formal name, served as a bridge package to enable QUALCOMM Eudora to send and check mail on modern servers.

Our flagship product, the continuation of Eudora for Windows, goes by the name Aurora, symbolizing a new era in personal email. Aurora has already been released on Indiegogo, although our promotion efforts for this launch were somewhat limited. It has undergone 24 alpha versions and is fully functional on modern Windows, Linux, and Haiku systems. Currently, our user base consists of a relatively small number, in the low three digits.

We have chosen to offer Aurora through a unique pay-what-you-want model. By making a contribution, which we refer to as a "donation," on our Indiegogo page (accessible at and selecting "See Options," you will receive an email within a few days. This email will contain a link to download the product, as well as information on where to seek support in case of any issues. It's important to note that the term "donation" is in quotes because it's not a traditional donation; it represents a regular sales contract, with detailed terms provided on the purchase page. Our product is not just a concept; it exists and is actively maintained.

Unlike Pandora, Aurora is essentially the same email client you have known and cherished. Furthermore, it is competitively priced and offers a more affordable alternative compared to options like The Bat! or Pandora.

We appreciate your understanding and continued interest in HERMES Aurora.

Warm regards,

Aurora Marketing


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