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Qualcomm's Eudora Internet Mail Suite (EIS) for Palm OS Technical Support

Please note: person-to-person technical support is not available for this freeware product.

Technical Support provides online answers to your technical questions about Qualcomm's Eudora Software products. Come here for valuable "how-to" information, to search for information on a specific issue and to download our product documentation.

Common Eudora Internet Suite (EIS) Issues
  1. Eudora 5 doesn't work with EIS 1.1 - EIS 1.1 is nagging me to register again
  2. I can't install Palm PRC files after I install EIS
  3. Palm crashes with Fatal Errors when using EIS. How can I fix this?
  4. Eudora prompts me to register everytime I try to Check or Send mail with a modem.
  5. I can't synch with Eudora. I get an error message when I view the log.
  6. Your mail server does not support the UIDL/TOP extension
  7. Can I use MSN (the Microsoft Network) with Eudora?

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