How do you setup pop3 filtering if one is using Eudora?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 1 Forum' started by testing, Jan 7, 2003.

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    First add all your eudora accounts to Nod32 pop3 scanner's setup as described in the manual
    (i.e. 10500 -> first.mail.server, 10501 -> second.mail.server, 10502 -> third.mail.server, etc.)

    Then quit eudora, open the file eudora.ini with notepad.

    NOTE: make a backup copy of the file for the case something goes wrong. Search the file for lines starting with "POPAccount=" (without quotes). They should be formatted like this:

    POPAccount=loginname@your.mail.server

    Change "your.mail.server" to "localhost" (again without quotes)

    Add a new line and write "POPPort=10500" (or whichever port number is "your.mail.server" linked to in Nod32 pop3 scanner’s setup).

    Do this for every occurrence of POPAccount= in the file. Save it and all your mail should be scanned by pop3scan.

    Cheers :D
     
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