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Old 10-17-2020, 12:50 PM   #6
Andrew B.
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So, you sent an email via Eudora which prompted for the password and presumably the send was successful? Then you did a Check Mail. Was the Check Mail successful retrieving your mail? If it was, then it obviously has the password.
Yes, I completed all the tests with success.


>>Did you change your password for compuserve with Eudora yet?

No...I've decided to wait until on/after 10/20...


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That said, I have tested the process using my verizon.net account and my other compuserve.com account (I set it up years ago but have never used it) and found that I can use the same appcrappassword for a specifice account in both Thunderbird and Eudora--that's per single account as each account needs its own appcrappassword which can be used across multiple 3rd party email software for that specific account.
So there it is. We tested and confirmed.

One observation I made along the way is the address I have for the compuserve SMTP server is a forwarder to an AOL-related Yahoo address.

   
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