are we to assume that it is the beta Eudora and you are running this under OS X? or are we to assume you are running the non-beta Eudora under 9.1? sorry but it is not clear to me and i did read your post three times heh heh<br><br>ok i re-read it yet again, it seems that you are speaking of the 9.1 environment, and it would therefore seem to me to be a TCP/IP related issue... i am sure you have already tried deleting the TCP/IP pref's, right? i have other ideas on the matter... i will wait to see your reply...<br>¥À¥<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by nycdewd on 05/28/01 00:02 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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