Eudora

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by casatropical, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. casatropical

    casatropical New Member

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    I am running W7 with and old Eudora 7 program. I am having trouble sending muliple addresses on email. If I am in the address book and want to select a random group of addresses if I hold down the contol key i am only able to choose two addresses. The third address deletes to first one I picked. I posted this on the Eudora forum and got this explanation:Windows 7,
    which has introduced this by changing its "TreeView Control,"
    Is there anyway around this. Royal pain to have to pick and choose various addresses. Please don't advise to swithch from eudora. We really like how it works. By the way I have no idea what the tree view control refers to.
     
  2. pcs3657

    pcs3657 New Member

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    Issue:
    Unable to select multiple recipient in the to field

    Symptoms:

    When you select the third address the first one gets undone

    Solution:

    Insert Recipients Quickly and Comfortably in Eudora

    To insert recipients quickly and comfortably using the mouse in Eudora:

    • Start with a new message, forward, or reply.
    • Click in the To:, Cc: or Bcc: field to put the cursor in it.
    • Click with the right mouse button.
    • Select Insert Recipient | <recipient> from the context menu that comes up.
     
  3. OldTimer

    OldTimer Banned

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    In the most general terms, the proper way to send email to multiple recipients is to put just one address, usually your own in the TO: box and then put the remaining addresses in the BCC: box, so the addresses will not show up at the top of the email when it's received. That prevents a lot of SPAM and is the most secure way to send email to multiple recipients.

    Cheers mates!
    Old Timer
     

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