Qualcomm has released a new version of Eudora Internet Mail Server, an Internet e-mail server for the Macintosh. The new version update can be downloaded from Qualcomm’s Web site now.
Using Eudora Internet Mail Server (EIMS), system administrators can use a Macintosh to serve their network with Internet e-mail capabilities. EIMS supports SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, MIME, LDAP, and other commonly used Internet protocols.
EIMS 3.0.3 addresses the following issues:
Fixed POP3 STAT command to return totals of only undeleted messages
Fixed handling of messages with header lines longer than 32767 characters
Fixed IMAP server handling of quoted characters in Content-Disposition attributes
The IMAP server now sets the login time and IP address for users
System requirements for EIMS 3.0.3 call for a Mac with a 68030 processor higher; System 7.1 or later; Open Transport 1.1.2 or later; and access to domain name service (DNS).
Download EIMS 3.0.3