Road Mac OS X Leopard: Mail 3.0

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  • Reply 101 of 107
    melgrossmelgross Posts: 31,982member
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    Hmm, need to retest it myself again then. Must have done something silly last time...



    Maybe you should retest all of the other programs as well. I thought everyone knew this.
  • Reply 102 of 107
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    E-mail between computers existed through much of the 1970s, over non-standard networks. ARPANET had an early version, before becoming "the Internet".



    There was also BITNET throughout the 1980s, operating more or less in parallel to the internet (less flexible though, which is probably why it eventually died out).
  • Reply 103 of 107
    prismprism Posts: 75member
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    Originally Posted by melgross View Post


    Maybe you should retest all of the other programs as well. I thought everyone knew this.



    Nah, I know for sure I don't need to retest iTunes because I know it can't do what I want.

    But that's too far off-topic now.
  • Reply 104 of 107
    prismprism Posts: 75member
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    According to Apple, Leopard contains over 300 changes and enhancements,[3] covering core operating system components as well as included applications and developer tools. Leopard introduces a significantly revised desktop, with a redesigned Dock, Stacks, a emitransparent menu bar, and an updated Finder that incorporates the Cover Flow visual navigation interface first seen in iTunes. Other notable features include support for writing 64-bit graphical user interface applications, an automated backup utility called Time Machine, support for Spotlight searches across multiple machines, and the inclusion of Front Row and Photo Booth, which were previously only included with some Mac models.Apple missed Mac OS X v10.5?s release time frame as originally announced by Apple?s CEO Steve Jobs. When first discussed in June 2005, Jobs had stated that Apple intended to release Leopard at the end of 2006 or early 2007



    And your point of posting this info and forum trolling up a very old topic, is?
  • Reply 105 of 107
    erunnoerunno Posts: 225member
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    and your point of posting this info and forum trolling up a very old topic, is?



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  • Reply 106 of 107
    prismprism Posts: 75member
    Do'h! Was still early at 11:57am.......
  • Reply 107 of 107
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    Originally Posted by ThunkDifferent.com View Post


    Thanks for the Leopard update agian, rockin' iAm amazed at how close the NeXT STEP OS was related to the current OS X, even looking at the old Apple OS seems Soooo antiquated, Steve is a true visionary never satisfied with e status quo.



    Imagine how far Nextstep would have gone if Steve didn't have to stay away from the market Apple Computers targeted. Steve did the same thing with NeXT that was done with Apple, and that is supply a computer system (hardware and software). It is possible Apple might not be around and Microsoft would be as big as it is today.
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