“The launch of .Mac has been a phenomenal success,” said Sina Tamaddon, Apple’s senior vice president of Applications. “And now we’re adding iSync support in .Mac, enabling users to synchronize their calendars and address books across multiple Macs connected to the Internet.”
.Mac includes 100MB of Internet storage, seamlessly integrated into the Mac® OS X Finder™; Internet hosting for personalized homepages, iPhoto™ digital photo albums and iCal calendars; email service with IMAP, POP and web-based access; and anti-virus and backup software.
.Mac requires Mac OS X version 10.1.3 or later, 128MB SDRAM, internal CD-RW or DVD-R drive (to create CD or DVD backups), and Netscape 4.7 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or later. Some features, such as Slides, Backup v.1.2 and iCal, require Mac OS X version 10.2 “Jaguar.” The Virex anti-virus software, Mac.com email, iDisk, HomePage and iCards features of .Mac can also be accessed using Mac OS 9.
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