Eudora help to check it on any comp

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buckeyegurl

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Ok,i know there's a site u can go to where u don't hafta have eduora dled and u can check it that way, i wanna say it's like icampus or sumthing, anyone know??
 

buckeyegurl

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thanx for tryin altho i keep gettin a an error with that site

Error : Login Failure. Please check your email address and re-enter your password.
 

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hmmmm...tried mine and it worked fine . Maybe you were entering the incorrect user-name or password. Why not try it again.;)
 
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Worked for me, just fine. I just tried a Yahoo address.

Are you sure you are entering the complete e-mail address? You need more than the username.

(e.g.if you had a hotmail address of fredsmith900, you need the complete "[email protected]")

As several of us can access it fine, the problem is apparently at your end. Are you behind a firewall or a hosts scripted server perhaps? I would have thought that would have prevented you accessing the site though, and seemingly you can access it.
 

buckeyegurl

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yeah, i tired my yahoo too, and i know i did the right one!! i found the site that i was talkin about tho, and wheni got ma e-mail it only showed the new ones, not all of them!


but thanx anyways
 

Squashman

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You would need to set your regular client software (Eudora) to leave mail on the server.

My last two dialup ISP's had webmail so I never downloaded it to my pc. It was very convenient.
 
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