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Current Version: 4.2.3

AutoShare is an add-on for the Eudora Internet Mail Server that adds many features, including several listserver functions. Version 4.2.2 addresses the following issues:

  • Adds the IP Ping and Split Mail AppleScript commands.
  • Removed Disposition-Notification-To in list contributions.
  • Fixed minor error message during Admin start-up.
  • Attended to various minor accuracies in MIME digests.
  • Fixed buggy behaviour in Unix Mail AppleScript command.
  • MIME handling now ignores RFC subject already in MIME.
  • An index value of 33 in a list's preferences puts the string, e.g. web URL, in the List-Archive RFC field.
  • Added subscriber's name when deleted due to a bounce.
  • Added support for exception strings ignoring bounces.
  • Fixed long paragraphs in monthly documents.
  • Fixed bug with mail-back commands in subject.
  • Upgraded to Universal Interfaces 3.4b6.
  • Added sequence information in test bounce messages.

Version 4.2.3, available as an updater package to version 4.2.2, fixes a file copy error appearing in several places. For complete release notes, check the AutoShare online version history.

User Reviews

"This program is a great addition to AIMS. The configuration is straightforward, if slightly complex, and adds very nice list management and auto-reply functions to AIMS. I hope the configuration becomes more Mac-like and the need for a separate AutoShare Admin program is removed; otherwise, a worthwhile tool!"
—George Lopez

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Of Note . . .

No, I don't accept reviews anymore for these older applications. With the creation of this page in the Orchard's late 2005 redesign, I only accept reviews for currently-developed applications that work on Mac OS X (or later....whatever that might be!!).