Apple Details Updates to MobileMe

Apple Details Updates to MobileMe

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Apple has made numerous updates to their MobileMe service to improve features and resolve issues.

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- Help is now accessible directly from the toolbar

Mail
- Forwarding or replying to HTML (rich text) messages maintains the message’s original formatting instead of converting it to plain text
- Unread message count is displayed next to inbox and each folder
- Resolves an issue where an email alias may not appear correctly in Mac OS X Mail
- On an iPhone or iPod touch, a user can search all messages including those stored on the Mobileme "cloud" (server). Search in the From, To, and Subject fields is supported (iPhone OS 3.0 required)

Gallery
- iPhone 3GS users can publish videos to a Gallery album
- If no Gallery albums exist, an album is automatically created when publishing a photo or video from iPhone (iPhone OS 3.0 is required)

iDisk
- Uploading to a Public folder with a web browser correctly shows completion status
- Resolves an issue where an email address may not be recognized as valid when using file sharing

Account
- Resolves an issue preventing the setup of some personal domains for iWeb hosting
- Resolves an issue preventing some expired accounts from being converted to Family - Pack sub-accounts
- Active accounts with no upgrades can be converted to Family Pack sub-accounts

Push Contacts and Push Calendar
- Note: iPhone OS 3.0 is required for these improvements.
- Option to merge existing contacts and calendars on first sync from iPhone/iPod touch
- Deleting a MobileMe account or turning off contact and calendar sync on iPhone/iPod touch allows users to keep a copy of the data on the device
- iPhone contacts that sync with MobileMe maintain ring tone associations

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Apple Details Updates to MobileMe
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miguel
miguel - July 2, 2009 at 12:43pm
Find my iPhone should be free! Why to pay for a feature directly related to iPhone capabilities? Maybe anyone can develop a free version? post here to support this initiative.
Silvio
Silvio - July 1, 2009 at 4:53pm
Boy, sure would be nice to have an open source alternative for JB'd iPhone users (host file edit to point to your own local MobileFree server?) :-)
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