I just got a Win 7 64bit computer on which I wanted to install two email programs. Two people use the box, one with 2 email addresses and myself with 5. My old XP machine had Outlook Express used by one of us and Eudora OSE by the other (me).
I set up Eudora OSE on the new machine as well as Windows Live Mail. A week of Live Mail proved intolerable for either of us, so I installed Thunderbird. Problem solved! Or so I thought...
I imported the appropriate account settings and Contacts to Thunderbird and went to bed. When I got up, all five of my email accounts had been deleted from Eudora OSE, and the other two accounts migrated into it. Now when I open either Eudora OSE or Thunderbird I see the same 2 accounts and only those accounts. Is there any way to effectively stop Thunderbird from hijacking Eudora's settings?
(I should point out that there is only one Windows logon to the new box. I wanted the computer to start right up, so I didn't set a password. I want to keep it that way.)
Any helpful ideas would be appreciated.