.mac sub accounts?

imac abuser

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Mar 1, 2004
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Hi,
I just renewed my .mac account, and I created a sub account. On the sub account it appears that I can't access isync is that true? Why is .mac so stingy, and they have the nerve to charge $10.65 more for another account. Let me know if you have any info on sub accounts.

Chris
 

imac abuser

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Mar 1, 2004
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but you can't even isync that's so not mac you know what i mean it's not friendly.
 

kgarner

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Jan 28, 2004
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What's to sync? The sub-accounts are only -- ONLY -- for email. And .Mac is on an IMAP server so technically you are already synced on everything the sub-account offers.
 

imac abuser

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Mar 1, 2004
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I just dont want to have to type my huge email address book all over. That's my main gripe.

Chris
 

criana

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Jun 25, 2004
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***bump***

I just signed up for the .Mac family pack. The new version offers 5 sub accounts with "Full" .mac account abilities.

From Apple's Site:

Four sub-accounts

Each of the four Family Pack sub-accounts has 100 MB of combined email and iDisk storage, plus complete .Mac features, services and benefits. Sub-account users set up their own passwords, configure their own storage, and publish to their own .Mac web pages.
Yet, I can't get any of the sub account to be able to use iSync.

Anybody find a way around this or contact Apple. I have to wait until tomorrow to call them, as they are closed for Labor Day.
 
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