up Eudora with SpoonProxy 2.4 and up
the new POP3 proxy in SpoonProxy 2.4, setting up Eudora is a little easier, but
may still look a little odd.
Before you configure
the email client as shown below, you must first setup the POP3 proxy in SpoonProxy
on Port 110.
The screenshots below are an example
you'd follow if your email were email@example.com. The example assumes your SpoonProxy
machine's internal IP address is 192.168.0.1. Your username is "david"
and your email server is "pi-soft.com"
you check mail you will see:
the two @ signs. This is normal in Eudora because Eudora determines your POP3
server in much the same way SpoonProxy's POP3 proxy does. Hence the @ sign appears
twice when you check your mail.