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Topic # 24352 22-Jul-2008 08:14
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After a recent Apple Software Update in my Windows Server 2008 Workstation, look what I got!






And I have synced all my contacts into my Windows Contacts..there are also options for Bookmarks! Have to test iDisk though Cool

So, how many have got this "silent" update? Though Apple Software didnt notify at all about Mobile Me, it does look good.




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  Reply # 150091 22-Jul-2008 08:30
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Yep I got this when I was setting MobileMe up on my Toshiba notebook.  It's quite neat but I'm still working out how best to sync things between Toshiba, iMac, Macbook and iPhone - consdering I've got both my MobileMe AND Exchange data being pushed to my iPhone, I'm having to thing about things to see which contacts should go where and which bookmarks should go where, etc etc. 

Still, I'm better off than I was before PwnageTool came out because everything was syncing over cable before I upgraded my firmware.  So happy to be rid of the tether!

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Here is another news for existing MobileMe subscribers

We want to apologize to our loyal customers and express our appreciation for their patience by giving all current subscribers an automatic 30-day extension to their MobileMe subscription free of charge. Your extension will be reflected in your account settings within the next few weeks.

Cool Cool




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  Reply # 150260 22-Jul-2008 13:36
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chakkaradeep: Here is another news for existing MobileMe subscribers

We want to apologize to our loyal customers and express our appreciation for their patience by giving all current subscribers an automatic 30-day extension to their MobileMe subscription free of charge. Your extension will be reflected in your account settings within the next few weeks.

Cool Cool


while I think that this action by Apple is commendable, the fact that they gave virtually no updates to users during the initial transition phase was quite poos business

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