Eudora, Snow Leopard and Kerberos

I upgraded to OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard" yesterday. A smooth upgrade except for one thing.

Eudora 6.2.4 for Mac OS X works on 10.6 (provided the optional Rosetta PowerPC-emulation code is installed), but not with kerberos.

To use kerberized POP, Eudora depends on the Code Fragment Manager library "Kerberos" which is part of the MIT Kerberos Extras for OS X package.

The actual library is installed to /System/Library/CFMSupport/Kerberos and is a 983k file last updated in 2003. It's labeled version 4.2.

If the MIT Kerberos Extras for OS X have been installed, and thus this library is installed, Eudora will fail to launch with the following errors:

Launch failed with error code -2821 (cfragInitFunctionErr) for application /System/Library/Frameworks/Carbon.framework/Versions/A/Support/LaunchCFM App

Eudora can be launched by removing the library. But then kerberos-enabled POP cannot be accomplished.



I am on MAc 10.6 with Eudora 6.2.4 I had problems with the security setup on the SMTP server of my internet provider, using a relay personality.
I tried to use KErberos but when I restarted I could not launch Eudora anymore.
I try removing the LaunchCFM as you suggest..
I still cannot use Eudora and in fact I cannot even reinstall it.

Any idea what I can try ? Thanks..
At least I had imported the thousands of mailboxes I had into Mail. But I miss Eudora.