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    I want to edit Eudora mail so it allready has my mail setting installed on it when I install it.

    Will codewarrior6 enable me to do this ?

    Thanks
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    Originally posted by Xzaver
    I want to edit Eudora mail so it allready has my mail setting installed on it when I install it.

    Will codewarrior6 enable me to do this ?
    ~Xzaver~
    In a word: no

    Alas, trying to turn a PRC file back into what they call "source code" is on par with turning ground beef back into a cow. This legendary ability is called "de-compiling" and AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK $nobody$ $has$ $managed$ $to$ $do$ $it$ (though MacNosy came close)

    You have to understand that a program's source code is a proprietary company asset, and they don't want you seeing and/or copying it.
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    Thanks Winchell.
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    Chances are your email settings aren't even stored in the .PRC file, but in a separate settings file anyway. Typically a program would create the settings file the first time it is run.
    Jeff

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