Eudora migration from one computer to another, license info?

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Fred Lorrain

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Jul 13, 2022, 12:24:22 PM7/13/22
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Hi, I have a client who is wedded to his Eudora mail, his old machine is crashing frequently, and Eudora isn't opening correctly, I have copied his installation directory and implemented Hermes for SSL, so it is working in Win 10 on his new machine, but it is not the registered version, is there a way to copy the registration info from the dying machine to the new one? He also has a ton of folders, I initially installed T-bird 17.09, which was the last to have "import from Eudora" but because Eudora isn't installed in Program Files T-Bird can't find the .mbox files, and there is no "browse" feature in the import dialog. How should I get his folders back into his current Eudora install, and how can I make the T-Bird import function work? Any help would be appreciated, Thanks!

Techi Zino

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Jul 13, 2022, 1:58:17 PM7/13/22
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On Wednesday, July 13, 2022 at 9:54:22 PM UTC+5:30, fred.l...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi, I have a client who is wedded to his Eudora mail, his old machine is crashing frequently, and Eudora isn't opening correctly, I have copied his installation directory and implemented Hermes for SSL, so it is working in Win 10 on his new machine, but it is not the registered version, is there a way to copy the registration info from the dying machine to the new one? He also has a ton of folders, I initially installed T-bird 17.09, which was the last to have "import from Eudora" but because Eudora isn't installed in Program Files T-Bird can't find the .mbox files, and there is no "browse" feature in the import dialog. How should I get his folders back into his current Eudora install, and how can I make the T-Bird import function work? Any help would be appreciated, Thanks!


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Mark

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Jul 15, 2022, 11:43:28 AM7/15/22
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On Wednesday, 13 July 2022 at 17:24:22 UTC+1, fred.l...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi, I have a client who is wedded to his Eudora mail, his old machine is crashing frequently, and Eudora isn't opening correctly, I have copied his installation directory and implemented Hermes for SSL, so it is working in Win 10 on his new machine, but it is not the registered version, is there a way to copy the registration info from the dying machine to the new one? He also has a ton of folders, I initially installed T-bird 17.09, which was the last to have "import from Eudora" but because Eudora isn't installed in Program Files T-Bird can't find the .mbox files, and there is no "browse" feature in the import dialog. How should I get his folders back into his current Eudora install, and how can I make the T-Bird import function work? Any help would be appreciated, Thanks!

All you need to do is open Eudora on his old machine and go to Help>Payment & Registration. There you'll find his registered name and license code. Now go to the same screen on his 'unregistered' version, click on ''Enter your code' and put the same information in.
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