Greetings Folks: I am putting the finishing touches on a partitioned hard disk and I've run into trouble. I have XP in C:, files in D:, and applications, including Eudora, in E:. I have placed Eudora, using a freshly downloaded copy from Qualcomm, in E: and all permanent Eudora files, such as .mbx, filters, addresses, settings, etc. in D: As the file transfer took place during installation, the process placed the permanent files several layers deep in the XP hierarchical file structure on D: which may be causing aberrations in Eudora's operation. I have had trouble with munged fonts, inability to select a font size, disparity of fonts styles that don't follow my saved selection ( e.g. select System, get Verdana), and faulty wraparounds in the message text and can't seem to work around them. I am using the sponsored Eudora 6.2 I wonder now if I should have created my own file names in D: and moved the critical mailbox, addresses and setting manually into the newly created folders and files. I have tried a fresh download of Eudora, but using the same procedure I get the same result. No help, in other words. Anybody had experience with a similar problem in Eudora or other mail manager? Paul King For a web-based membership management utility and information on list policies, please see http://nibec.com/24hoursupport/ To unsubscribe, send a blank email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with "unsubscribe" (without quotes) in the subject.