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eudora 5.1 in xp

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gerard_zzz
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  • Hallo beste mensen

    Ik ben net overgestapt naar windows xp. Ik gebruik eudora 5.1 als email prog. als ik ingelogd ben als beheerder gaat alles prima. Gebruik ik een beperkt account, dan krijg ik steeds de melding eudora kan mapi.dll en of mapi32.dll niet renamen. Alle bestanden in de map eudora zijn lezen en schrijven, alle gebruikers hebben alle toegangsrechten op deze map. Dit geld t ook voor het bestand mapi32.dll. Het bestand mapi.dll bestaat niet.

    Het postprogramma werkt verder wel goed, tis alleen heel vervelend om steeds met een foutmelding te beginnen.

    Weet iemand een oplossing=

    Bedankt
    Gerard
  • Zorg er gewoon voor dat iedereen administrator is. Krijg je ook geen problemen lijkt mij. Give it a try!
  • Welja, het hele veiligheidsmodel onderuit halen omdat een applicatie een foutmelding geeft. Probeer het eens met versie 5.2, dit komt uit de readme:

    ======================================
    EUDORA AND WINDOWS 2000 or Windows XP
    ======================================

    The security model of Windows 2000 or Windows XP has required us to
    modify the way Eudora is installed and the way it determines where
    to create data files – including mailboxes, email attachments,
    address books, and so on.

    On a Windows 2000 or Windows XP system, only someone with Administrator
    privileges (hereinafter, an Administrator) can install software in the
    Program Files folder. Someone with User privileges (hereinafter, a User
    with a capital U) cannot do so. In fact, a program launched by a User
    can’t store any data in the Program Files folder or any subfolder of
    Program Files. Unfortunately, earlier versions of Eudora would try to
    do exactly that by default; consequently, if an Administrator
    installed Eudora and a User tried to run it, it would fail to work
    properly.

    With Eudora 5.x under Windows 2000 or Windows XP, the default location
    to install the application is still under Program Files, but the data
    files are kept in a User’s Application Data folder (typically
    "C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data", where <username>
    is the User’s login name). The installer lets you pick a different place
    for Eudora to store data. If only an Administrator is going to be running
    Eudora, the data can go anywhere at all, but if a User is going to be
    running Eudora, the data should go in that user’s Application Data folder.

    ___Finding the data folder___

    The Windows 2000 or Windows XP Application Data folder usually has the
    hidden attribute, which makes it invisible in Windows Explorer or My
    Computer (unless you’ve configured those tools to display hidden
    objects). There are good reasons, though, why you might want to
    explore the folder where your Eudora data is stored; in particular,
    the email attachments that you’ve received are there, in the Attach
    subfolder (unless, of course, you’ve told Eudora to store attachments
    elsewhere). To make this easier, Eudora creates a shortcut to your
    Eudora data folder in the Application Data folder’s parent folder,
    which is typically "C:\Documents and Settings\<username>".

    ___Precisely how Eudora determines its data folder___

    Below is the exact sequence of how Eudora determines the folder in
    which to keep its data files. This applies in all versions of
    Windows. Most users will have no need of this gory detail, but here
    it is, just in case:

    1. If a folder is specified on Eudora's command line, then Eudora uses
    that folder.

    2. Otherwise, if the program folder (that is, the folder where Eudora
    is installed) contains a Eudora.ini file, then Eudora uses that
    folder.

    3. Otherwise, if there's a DEudora.ini file in the program folder,
    and if the [Settings] section of that file contains a DataFolder
    setting, and if the folder specified by that setting contains a
    Eudora.ini file, then Eudora uses that folder.

    4. Otherwise, if there is not a UseAppData=1 entry in the [Settings]
    section of the DEudora.ini file in the program folder, and if
    either of the registry keys listed below specifies a folder,
    then Eudora uses that folder. (If both keys list a folder, the
    first one takes precedence.)
    \\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Qualcomm\Eudora\CommandLine
    \\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Software\Qualcomm\Eudora\CommandLine\Current

    5. Otherwise, if the system has version 4.71 or higher of Shell32.dll,
    Eudora uses the current user's Application Data folder.

    6. Otherwise, Eudora uses the program folder.

    As suggested by step 5 above, Eudora's ability to use your Application
    Data folder really hinges on whether your version is 4.71 or higher of
    Shell32.dll. This is always the case if you're running Windows 2000 & XP,
    and it's also true if you’ve installed version 4.0 or higher of
    Microsoft Internet Explorer and included the integrated shell in that
    installation.

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