Qualcomm has released a new beta version of their popular email client, Eudora, for OS X. The new version, 5.1b12, is available for
download for Eudora’s beta download site.
Many items were fixed in the latest release including:
Mailbox windows no longer closed when Eudora is hidden.
Fixed potential crash when checking an address against unloaded history list
Cmd-control-click on attachment wouldn’t reveal in Finder.
“Scripts->Open scripts folder” wouldn’t
Fixed bug that could cause multiple filter report windows when checking mail while hidden.
More careful about closing splash screen after Eudora is launched while hidden.
Fixed problems fetching some IMAP messages and attachments when using SSL.
Fix for messages that were never delivered
updated to 4.0a10 MIT Kerberos headers.
Fixed system version in Insert Configuration
Crash attempting to create ESP message
Crash using Japanese input method
Fixed “unable to save” message when running from UFS volume
Crash when adding “Quit” to toolbar
There are many other items too numerous to mention here that were fixed in this beta release — please
read the release notes
for a complete list of changes.
Qualcomm also notes that known issues in this release include text display problems in some dialogs due to the larger default font size; sometimes buttons in modeless dialogs won’t respond to clicks — if you switch to a different application then back to Eudora, the buttons should respond; drag and drop text doesn’t work; LDAP is not implemented, use the OS X Address Book application instead; Tabs in tabbed windows may not size correctly; Inline PDF images may not display correctly; Eudora isn’t able to get the Finder to open folders (“Open Scripts Folder,” find attachment in Finder, etc.); double-clicking on URLs sometimes won’t display the URL in the web browser if the browser is already open; nicknames dragged to the toolbar may display tiny icons or the Eudora application icon instead of the expected photo.
System requirements for Eudora 5.1b12 are a Macintosh with a PowerPC processor capable of running OS X; Macintosh OS X; An Internet mail account which utilizes the POP3 or IMAP protocol with an Internet Service Provider or otherwise on the network; Access to the mail account via a dedicated TCP/IP (Internet) network connection or via PPP dial-up networking through a modem.