I’ve used Eudora for MANY years and only recently switched to Mozilla’s Thunderbird. Eudora is a great tool, however, which I would suggest you give a try (the free and fee based version)
The a new version of Eudora includes an ultra-fast, indexed search which provides search result speeds of up to 20 times faster than previous versions. Also new, Eudora 7 introduces BossWatch, a feature that alerts users about the presence of designated addresses in recipient lists. IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) users will enjoy greatly increased performance as well as increased offline capabilities. For enterprise customers requiring greater email security, Eudora 7 adds the S/MIME (Secure Multi-purpose Internet Mail Extensions) plug-in capability.
Eudora 7 can be downloaded from http://www.eudora.com/download. Eudora 7 in Paid mode is available for $49.95 for new purchasers; $39.95 for previously paid registered users within 24 months from registration and no charge to users who purchased and registered the Paid mode of Eudora within 12 months.
Paid mode features ultra-fast search, SpamWatch and BossWatch, in addition to all of the other new features in Eudora 7. Technical support is available only to Paid mode users. The program is free when used in Sponsored mode, which contains all the features of Paid mode, except for ultra-fast search, SpamWatch and BossWatch. Sponsored mode also displays advertising in the user interface.
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