J C Lawrence wrote:
>>Eudora doesn't have a "professional edition." There are thre modes --
>>lite, sponsored, and full -- and they don't handle attributions at all
> There is a product which identifies itself as Eudora Pro.
There has not been a current product by that name in at least two years.
> At the
> attribution level it is recognisable due to the fact that unlike base
> Eudora on a group reply it will attribute to the From: rather than the
> inane "you".
That's no longer true for a current product.
> -- lack of encouragement of top posting due to quote formatting and
I think you need to get used to this one. Top-posting is most useful and
comfortable for people who are involved in a conversation and need to
see the response 1000% of the time and may only need to check the
context about 5-10% of the time.