Eudora Internet Mail Server (EIMS) 3.2.3
is now available according to developer Glenn Anderson, who originally wrote the software and then licensed it from Qualcomm in December 2001. The update, which is free for existing customers, fixes the username shown in the console and logged for ACAP logins, adds IMAP RECENT response after EXPUNGE if the number of RECENT messages has changed, supports Unicode in NTLM authentication so that PC clients can’t log in with their Windows user names and passwords, and logs errors with SMTP incoming Mail X files.
EIMS supports SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, Ph, LDAP, and Eudora auto-configurations. It also offers support for filter plug-ins as well as anti-spam and anti-virus capabilities. The administration program operates over IP if you need to manage EIMS remotely.
System requirements call for a Power Mac G3 and Mac OS X v.10.3 (Panther). Anderson notes that EIMS will work on Mac OS X v.10.2 (Jaguar) running on single processor computers, but he won’t officially support it, and he says that it doesn’t work reliably on multi-processor machines with Jaguar. EIMS is carbonized to run on Mac OS 7, 8, or 9; a Centris/Quadra or Power Mac is recommended.
You can purchase EIMS for US$400. A Light version is also available, but it supports only one domain and has no IMAP server, directory server, AppleEvent/AppleScript support, or Incoming Mail folder. Details on upgrades from earlier editions of both versions are available on the EIMS Web site.