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I tried one suggestion
Use Windows Explorer to set Eudora to: Run as Administrator
which did nothing.
Then I edited the shortcut that calls Eudora to Run as Administrator, and that does work,
Should not have been needed -- unless you have misconfigured the
installation by having it store user data in the protected program files
The only other item is that, since Win7 changed registry locations for
some stuff, you have to turn OFF the option in Eudora that tries to set
itself as the system Email program (run ONCE as admin with that option ON
to create an initial registry entry, then turn the option off). You must
use the Win7/Win10 "set default programs" feature to define Eudora as the
email program to be used.
I've been using Eudora since Win95, through W98SE, WinXPpro, Win7Pro,
and now Win10Pro... And never need to run it in admin mode after the
Wulfraed Dennis Lee Bieber AF6VN