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Eudora

Qualcomm's e-mail client, Eudora, integrates P2P technology into its existing e-mail services. Users running Eudora can share and synchronize files within a directory on their local machine. The Eudora client uses "ESP" (Eudora Sharing Protocol) to insure that each user has the most recently updated files and information when files are transferred to other clients within a defined user group. Eudora supports all standard e-mail features, including the ability to import data from other mail clients such as Outlook, Outlook Express and Netscape Messenger. Eudora is available in three different distribution "modes". A FAQ and white paper are also available.

Date Listed: 03/22/2001

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