Originally posted by DaveGee
Mail.app (is said to have exchange support too, can you confirm this?)
iCal (any sign of exchange support in that too... I bet not but)
I don't have access to any Exchange servers (perhaps someone here could make me a test account somewhere and send me the info?) BUT I can say this. In the menu for making new accounts in Mail, the options are as follows:
Originally posted by imho
1. The System Preferences Appearance Pane has a check box to "Minimize when double-clicking window title bar". What happens when you double-click a window title bar with this preference unchecked?
2. I read somewhere else that there is a way to access up to four (4) different Places Panes/Sidebars in the Finder. Is this true?
3. When you switch to the "Classic Finder" with the toolbar widget, does the Finder maintain a strict one-window-to-folder relationship like the OS 9 Finder?
1. Nothing. Same as before.
2. I don't know what you're talking about. There's only one sidebar for the Finder.
3. Yes. New windows spawn from that window and those new windows are in the Classic style. Double clicking a folder that already has a window open brings that old window to the front.
Originally posted by Kate
Could you tell about what is happening when you click on the Network icon in the Finder window. Does a list of available servers, networked machines etc. show up?
Ahh! The lovely Kate returns.
I was wondering when you'd be back to AI. I was actualy looking for your eyeware page recently and was disappointed to find it missing.
Anyhow, to your question. Yes, it seems that a list of servers should appear now when you click the Network icon. It's hard to describe; so, I'll take a snapshot of this "folder" later this evening.
Originally posted by BuonRotto
Is FontBook the same version as previously seen? If not, does it auto-activate fonts?
I think it's a newer version. This one is 1.0 v14, but I don't recall the last version's number. The reason I think it's newer is that I don't recall the previous build having any options for Preferences. What exactly do you mean by auto-activating fonts?
Originally posted by alex_kac
I believe that's to resize disk images - not volumes.
Correct. This functionality is for disk images
, not volumes!! It says so in the tooltip and in the help documentation.