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Old Jan 7, 2003, 08:01 AM   #1
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.Mac Address Book, improved .Mac Mail unveiled

Apple's .Mac Web site has now been updated with the latest features added for Macworld Expo. The members-only .Mac site currently reads, "New Macworld Announcements! Check out the latest brand-new .Mac features." .Mac Address Book with contact synchronization: "Enjoy access to your key contact information anywhere. Your online .Mac Address Book now works with iSync so you can have all your key contact information, including addresses and phone numbers up to date." Improved .Mac Mail Online: "Now it's easier to access email from other POP mail accounts. Plus, new features make it easier to manage mail online."
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Old Jan 7, 2003, 06:48 PM   #2
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I'll wait to use .Mac Address Book when iSync is compatable...

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iSync is the only way to sync the .Mac address book right now. As soon as the .Mac address book is actually functioning, it will sync with your computer via iSync.

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insecure mail...

I'm hoping that one of the improvements to webmail is that it will be on a secure site. Currently when I access webmail from work (not on a Mac), it tells me "You are about to be redirected to a connection that is not secure."
This seems like a no-brainer that we should be able to access webmail securely. Or am I just missing something?

Also, anyone been able to find out what the details of the improvements are? I just keep getting sent to my mailbox and not to any specs...
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