|1. Download the latest version of Eudora from the Eudora
website. Select the version appropriate to your
platform (Macintosh, Windows 3.1, or Windows 95/NT) --
at the browser prompt, select desktop as your download
location (you'll later use the icon this creates to
setup Eudora Light.
2. The new icon on your desktop (or in the directory
you saved the file to) will setup the program and create
a program group and icons.
3. Start the Eudora program by selecting its program
group and icon. When Eudora starts a setup screen will
appear with the "Getting Started" button on
the left highlighted (you may have to scroll up to
find this button); asking for specific information,
which should be filled out as follows:
Pop Account = your e-mail address
Real Name = your name as you want
it to appear in your e-mails (John Doe, or John and Jane
Doe, etc...). This is similar to a signature.
Do not check the little box at the
bottom of the window for offline connection.
4. Select the "Personal Information" button
on the left-hand side of the setup window, then add your
"Return Address" in the bottom box that is
still blank (the upper two boxes should be filled out
already). Your return address should match your Pop 3
Account at the top of the window (your e-mail address -
Your dialup user name is the first
part of your e-mail address -- the part before the
"@" symbol. In the example above it
would be username.
5. Select the "Hosts" button on the
left-hand side of the setup window, then add in the SMTP
(Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) Server name which is:
You need not fill out any other information on this
6. Select the "Checking Mail" button
on the left-hand side of the setup window, then put the
number 30 in the little window for "Check for mail
every __ minutes. This will set the mail program up to
check for mail automatically when the program is opened
You can change this number to any number of minutes that
you choose. Be aware that you can check for mail any
time you want to simply by selecting "File"
then "Get Mail" in the menu bar. Also check
the little box beside "Save Password", unless
you want to type in your password every time you log on
and check your mail.
7. Eudora is now configured, so click on the
"Okay" button at the bottom of the setup
window -- you may run setup again at any time by
clicking on "Special" in the menu bar, then
8. On the menu bar of the Eudora window, select
"Mailbox", then select "Out" -- this
will open a window for the "Out" box. Now
select "Mailbox on the menu bar, then
"In" -- this will open a window for the
"In" box on top of the other "Out"
box (that's okay for now, just leave it). On the menu
bar, now select "Window", then "Tile
Horizontal" -- this will tile the two mailboxes in
your Eudora window, allowing you to see what is in each
mailbox. You may also create your own mailboxes or close
the ones there or arrange them any way you want.
How to Use Eudora Light
9. To mail an e-mail or to write a letter off-line,
select the "New Message" icon ,
or select "Messages" in the menu bar and
"New Message". A window will appear that you
will need to address, add a subject (if you want), then
write your letter. To send it, click on the
"Send" button at the top of the mail window.
10. To use the "Address Book", select the
"Address Book" icon
on the tool button bar (looks like a little Card File).
Your Address Book window should open up. Select the
"New" button on the bottom of the window.
Another window will open up where you fill in the name
of the person you want to add to your address book.
After typing in the name select the "Okay"
button which will close the window back to the address
book and place your curser in the right-hand part of the
window, where you MUST now enter the person's email
address (firstname.lastname@example.org). Now close the program
and it will ask you if you want to save the changes -
11. You may now e-mail someone using your address
book, by selecting the "Address Book" icon,
selecting the person you want to mail to, then selecting
the "To" button. This will open a letter
already addressed and ready to write and send. You may
also open a letter window, then select the "Address
Book" to address it (at this point you may also cc:
[send copies to] a message by selecting any number of
people and selecting the "CC:" button.
12. Close the Eudora program to save all your
settings, then log on to Dluxlink, then open the
program. The first time you log on, you will have to
enter your password, but it will then save the password
(if you checked that box in the setup) and you won't
have to enter it again. The program should automatically
retrieve your mail from the server and notify you if you
have mail. If you wrote letters off-line and saved them
in your "Outbox", those letters will be sent
before your new mail is retrieved and a letter
"S" will appear next to them in the
"Outbox" telling you they have been sent. Any
unread mail in the "Inbox" will have a bullet
by it, until it is read.
13. Any mail deleted from any mailbox will go into
the "Trash" mailbox. Letters deleted from the
"Trash" mailbox are gone for good.
14. To learn how to set up Eudora for more than one
person and to find out other features visit the Eudora
site by clicking