Paid Mode for Eudora v7.1.0.9 - Eudora

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  1. Default Paid Mode for Eudora v7.1.0.9

    If Froggie the Gremlin's in the mood to fulfill one (or possibly two)
    more request(s), his doing so might very well satisfy any and all who
    follow after, saving him any number of future hops:

    I use the [quasi-]final version of Eudora before its open-sourcing,
    Eudora 7.1.0.9 (though the "a" rather than the "b" flavor as
    identified elsewhere in this group (still with x1lib.dll present at C:
    \Program Files\Qualcomm\Eudora -- though I don't, won't, and never
    have made use of it or its associated speed service), and would be
    very interested in having a thoroughly vanilla-flavored 'Paid Mode'
    registration code generated using either blank spaces for user first
    and last names (or, failing that being feasible, then the illusion of
    blank spaces produced by using the <space bar>, instead-- or as a last
    resort, for the sake of feasibility, a single 0 [zero] as the space-
    holder for both 1st & last name) and/or a user first name of
    "no" (absent the quotation marks) and a user last name of
    "man" (likewise sans quotation marks), the whole thus corresponding to
    Odysseus's reply to the Cyclops.

    Many thanks in advance,

    no man

  2. Default Re: Paid Mode for Eudora v7.1.0.9

    On Mon, 13 Oct 2008 17:44:42 -0700 (PDT), request4froggie@gmail.com wrotd:

    >If Froggie the Gremlin's in the mood to fulfill one (or possibly two)
    >more request(s), his doing so might very well satisfy any and all who
    >follow after, saving him any number of future hops:
    >
    >I use the [quasi-]final version of Eudora before its open-sourcing,
    >Eudora 7.1.0.9 (though the "a" rather than the "b" flavor as
    >identified elsewhere in this group (still with x1lib.dll present at C:
    >\Program Files\Qualcomm\Eudora -- though I don't, won't, and never
    >have made use of it or its associated speed service), and would be
    >very interested in having a thoroughly vanilla-flavored 'Paid Mode'
    >registration code generated using either blank spaces for user first
    >and last names (or, failing that being feasible, then the illusion of
    >blank spaces produced by using the <space bar>, instead-- or as a last
    >resort, for the sake of feasibility, a single 0 [zero] as the space-
    >holder for both 1st & last name) and/or a user first name of
    >"no" (absent the quotation marks) and a user last name of
    >"man" (likewise sans quotation marks), the whole thus corresponding to
    >Odysseus's reply to the Cyclops.
    >
    >Many thanks in advance,
    >
    >no man


    FirstName: no
    LastName: man
    Registration: 3730515983332026

    Enjoy!!

    ---<ribbit>


  3. Default Re: Paid Mode for Eudora v7.1.0.9

    On Mon, 13 Oct 2008 17:44:42 -0700 (PDT), request4froggie@gmail.com wrotd:

    >If Froggie the Gremlin's in the mood to fulfill one (or possibly two)
    >more request(s), his doing so might very well satisfy any and all who
    >follow after, saving him any number of future hops:
    >
    >I use the [quasi-]final version of Eudora before its open-sourcing,
    >Eudora 7.1.0.9 (though the "a" rather than the "b" flavor as
    >identified elsewhere in this group (still with x1lib.dll present at C:
    >\Program Files\Qualcomm\Eudora -- though I don't, won't, and never
    >have made use of it or its associated speed service), and would be
    >very interested in having a thoroughly vanilla-flavored 'Paid Mode'
    >registration code generated using either blank spaces for user first
    >and last names (or, failing that being feasible, then the illusion of
    >blank spaces produced by using the <space bar>, instead-- or as a last
    >resort, for the sake of feasibility, a single 0 [zero] as the space-
    >holder for both 1st & last name) and/or a user first name of
    >"no" (absent the quotation marks) and a user last name of
    >"man" (likewise sans quotation marks), the whole thus corresponding to
    >Odysseus's reply to the Cyclops.
    >
    >Many thanks in advance,
    >
    >no man


    <blank>s don't work, "0" doesn't work... had to use "no" "man"


  4. Default Re: Paid Mode for Eudora v7.1.0.9

    On Oct 13, 8:48 pm, Froggie the Gremlin <Frog...@see.sig.for.details>
    wrote:
    > On Mon, 13 Oct 2008 17:44:42 -0700 (PDT), request4frog...@gmail.com wrotd:
    >
    >
    >
    > >If Froggie the Gremlin's in the mood to fulfill one (or possibly two)
    > >more request(s), his doing so might very well satisfy any and all who
    > >follow after, saving him any number of future hops:

    >
    > >I use the [quasi-]final version of Eudora before its open-sourcing,
    > >Eudora 7.1.0.9 (though the "a" rather than the "b" flavor as
    > >identified elsewhere in this group (still with x1lib.dll present at C:
    > >\Program Files\Qualcomm\Eudora -- though I don't, won't, and never
    > >have made use of it or its associated speed service), and would be
    > >very interested in having a thoroughly vanilla-flavored 'Paid Mode'
    > >registration code generated using either blank spaces for user first
    > >and last names (or, failing that being feasible, then the illusion of
    > >blank spaces produced by using the <space bar>, instead-- or as a last
    > >resort, for the sake of feasibility, a single 0 [zero] as the space-
    > >holder for both 1st & last name) and/or a user first name of
    > >"no" (absent the quotation marks) and a user last name of
    > >"man" (likewise sans quotation marks), the whole thus corresponding to
    > >Odysseus's reply to the Cyclops.

    >
    > >Many thanks in advance,

    >
    > >no man

    >
    > <blank>s don't work, "0" doesn't work... had to use "no" "man"


    Smashingly done again, FtG, and especial thanks for the prompt,
    courteous, comprehensive, and characteristically-cheerful reply. If I
    might, I'd like to also briefly thank a couple non-amphibian denizens
    of this group. First, John H. Meyers, for the informed and
    informative commentary he's regularly inserted into the thread
    starting at http://eudorabb.qualcomm.com/showthread.php?t=12490, and
    for the numerous signposts he's laid beteen there and here; and
    second, but most especially, Martin W. Sachs, who voluntarily and
    nearly single-handedly performed the heavy lifting AT&T/Yahoo should
    have themselves been undertaking between 2007 and 2008 in migrating 5-
    or 10- or 20 year Eudora devotées (like myself) safely over to their
    newly-SSL-enabled servers with favorite e-mail client still in play.
    While I couldn't call my experience in this endeavor and as a new AT&T
    customer smooth, if smooth were to be defined-- as it ought-- by Mr.
    Sachs's experience using Eudora with the properly-implemented SSL
    servers at Yale, it was certainly far more smooth and rapid than Mr.
    Sachs's own, thanks almost exclusively to the yeoman's service he
    performed on the rest of our behalves. The mere thought of even one-
    tenth the "AT&T/Yahoo! Tech Support" calls he undertook makes me
    cringe inexorably. Yet most impressive-- even beyond the persistence;
    the routinely intelligent, logical approach; and the clear, concise,
    well-formed writing style-- was the equanimity demonstrated
    throughout, even, amazingly, toward his uninformed tormentors at lower-
    level A/Y! "support" and the lesser mortals who would periodically
    chime in, mid-thread, often with an air of mild condescension, to
    "inform" him of a matter he'd weeks or months before (and often
    enough, repeatedly) addressed or ruled out. The number of times he
    received a potentially provocative poke, yet responded by simply
    ignoring it and, in measured fashion, returning immediately to the
    issue at hand would be tiresome just to tote up. TOTH to you, sir;
    you're what I might immodestly characterize as "my better self"-- that
    is to say, like, but with the corners and edges filed smooth and
    nicely burnished.

    Yours,
    no man

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