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Eudora is a program used for sending and receiving email. The newest version of Eudora is 4.3.2. If you don't have Eudora, or have an older version, you can go to www.eudora.com and download it for free.

When using it for the first time, you need to enter some configuration information. Open the Eudora program, choose Options from the Tools menu (Windows) or Settings from the Special menu (Mac) and a window should open that looks something like the one below. Follow the steps and you should be ready to receive your email.


Real Name
- This should be your full name.
Return Address
- Your email address goes here (username@inch.com in most cases, but if you have a domain name hosted by Inch it may be something else).
Mail server (Incoming)
- pop.inch.com if you are a dialup, ADSL, or other NON-commercial users.
- pop.enterprise.inch.com if you are a commercial user (SDSL, Smart Building, T1, etc.)
Login Name
- Your Inch username (the first part of your email address, username@inch.com, or sb0----, ds0----, etc. if you or your company has its own domain name)
SMTP server (Outgoing)
- mailhost.inch.com if you are a dialup, ADSL, or other NON-commercial users.
- mailhost.enterprise.inch.com if you are a commercial user (SDSL, Smart Building, T1, etc.)

When you're finished, click on the Checking Mail icon on the left side of the window. Now the window should look like the one below.


Mail Server and Login Name
- These will be automatically filled in from the previous window. Just double check and make sure that they are correct.

Now click on the Incoming Mail button on the left side of the window.


Server Configuration
- This is should be set to POP
Leave mail on server
- We advise that this be UNCHECKED. All it does is fill up your account with old emails.
- If you leave this checked, everytime you check your mail, it will remain on the server, AND your computer.
- If you will be checking your mail from multiple different places (such as a computer at work, and webmail at home, for example) then you could leave it checked so that the mail can be received from both places.
Authentication style
- This should be set to Passwords


Return Address and SMTP Server
- These should be automatically filled in from the first window. Just verify that it is correct. Then hit OK.


You're done!


If you have further questions or need more help,
feel free to call our technical support at 212-243-5200, option 5.