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WORLDMAIL SERVER UTILITIES

       
  Eudora Migration Utilities    
  Eudora Migration Utilities version 2.0 allows you to migrate saved email, private mailing lists, public mailing lists, bulletin boards and directory entries from cc:Mail to Eudora and WorldMail version 1.x or 2.x mail store. When migration is complete, you can use your old cc:Mail folders, messages, and attachments. You can also reply to or forward migrated messages that may not have been read before migration.    
       
  Eudora LDAP Directory Server    
  The Eudora LDAP Directory Server is an LDAP v2 server for Windows NT 4.0 (workstation or server) available in executable and source code form. The LDAP server is based on University of Michigan source code with back-end database services provided by Sleepycat Berkeley Database (DB) 2.0.    
       
  Ph2LDAP Adapter    
  Ph2LDAP is an adapter for Unix that converts Ph queries to LDAP search requests then returns the results to the Ph client.    
       
  WorldMail Directory Resynchronization Utility    
  This utility recreates the WorldMail directory. Any additions or changes you manually made to the directory will be lost. The directory Resynch Utility should only be used by those who have damaged LDAP directories.    
 

 

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