Eudora TM Search Contact Us
Support - Technical Support Resources and Knowledgebase User Forums - See users' online questions and answers about Eudora products, or post your own questions to the Eudora Community. Developers - Resources for Developers writing code to interact with Eudora Press - Press Releases and News Articles Testimonials - Read what others are saying about Eudora


Changing label names (Mac)

Document ID: 2062HQ


How do I change the label names - from "Essential", "Hot", "In Progress", and "Cool" - to whatever I want them to be?


The first seven listings that you find in the label menu in Eudora actually come from the Mac OS. To change the names for these labels:

  1. Click on the Finder (the icon in the change corner of your screen), and choose 'Finder'.

  2. Click on the Edit menu and choose 'Preferences'.

  3. Flip to the 'Labels' tab. You can edit the first seven label names here. When you are finished, close the window to save the changes.

NOTE: The instructions are slightly different for older versions of the Macintosh OS. If you don't have 'Preferences' available under the Edit menu, then go to your Control Panels: Labels: and make the changes there. It should also be noted that Labels are currently not available in the OS X version of Eudora, this should change when Panther is released from Apple.


[Search Again]

Did this document help you to resolve your issue?


| Home | Online Support | Open Source Development | User Forums | Contact Webmaster |

| QUALCOMM | Section 508 | Privacy Statement | Terms of Use |

© 1999-2009 QUALCOMM Incorporated. All rights reserved. QUALCOMM and Eudora are registered trademarks of QUALCOMM Incorporated. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.