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Eudora and mail.com

Deciding to use mail.com does not mean you have to stop using your favorite mail client, such as Eudora, Apple Mail or Outlook Express. When you start using mail.com, you can easily use the mail.com Webmail services in tandem with Eudora, which makes the benefits provided my mail.com easy to adjust to on your personal or work computer.

mail.com merges seamlessly with Eudora

Once you’ve set up mail.com with all of your email addresses chosen from different domains, you can always access your emails through a web browser. However, if you prefer to continue using Eudora when you are not on the go or using a different computer, simply add your mail.com account to Eudora and all of your emails will be sent to your computer. What’s more, you can also continue to send emails from Eudora, so the familiar look and feel will stay just the same. The only difference will be the added benefits that mail.com provides, whether you send and receive emails directly from the browser, from your mobile device or from your Eudora mail client.

Eudora, your email client for reading your mail.com emails

Not only can you use mail.com with Eudora; you can also set it up so that it fits your needs. You can set up your mail.com account using POP3 or IMAP. For many users, POP3 is enough; Eudora will connect to mail.com and retrieve new mails in the intervals you determine. If it is important to you that new emails are retrieved automatically or that new emails are marked as read once they are retrieved and read on another device or computer, then IMAP is the configuration for you. No matter how you choose to set up Eudora, the email client will work well with all of the benefits you get from mail.com

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