A third party e-mail client that is offered to Queenâ€™s staff, students and faculty via Packman. Eudora allows you to check most e-mail accounts through the program and download e-mails directly to your computer.
A popular Internet email package produced by Qualcomm; Eudora Pro has a complex system of filtering mail which allows commercial users of email to send standardised replies, allocate email to different people and handle multiple addresses.
e-mail-box program running on desktop computers featuring efficient use of mail server resources. Properly configured for a particular user, Eudora automates the process of dialing up to the campus mail server, logging in, and retrieving e-mail, and stores the e-mail files on the desktop's hard drive rather than on the IT server's storage. Because it downloads all incoming mail at once and then breaks the connection, Eudora can ease load on multi-user servers and modem banks; mail replies can be sent in a group just before the Eudora session concludes.
A popular e-mail software program. It works in conjunction with an ISP's mail server to allow reading and writing of mail offline. It is fully MIME compliant, allowing a wide variety of attachments to be sent or received with e-mail messages. Eudora is available in both shareware and commercial versions for both Windows and Macintosh systems.
Eudora is an email program made by Qualcomm that you can download for free. Eudora's functionality is comparable to that of Microsoft Outlook's email program. In order to use Eudora, you must already have a connection to the Internet through your Internet Service Provider. Source: TechSoup.org
n. An e-mail client program originally developed as freeware for Macintosh computers by Steve Dorner at the University of Illinois, now maintained in both freeware and commercial versions for both Macintosh and Windows by Qualcomm, Inc.
Eudora is an e-mail client used on the Microsoft Windows and Macintosh operating systems. It also supports several palmtop computing platforms, including Newton and the Palm OS. The software was named after Eudora Welty because of her short story http://art-bin.com/art/or_weltypostoff.html "Why I Live at the P.O."http://www.eudora.com/presskit/backgrounder.html#name Eudora was developed by Steve Dorner in 1988 as a part of his studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and was acquired by Qualcomm in 1991.