Loc: Alexandria, VA
I'm confused a bit here ...<br><br>Why would one need 1GB of e-mail space? Does this mean that I cold theoretically send you a 50MB e-mail attachment or something? Or is it so you'd never have to clean-out your e-mail boxes? Just curious =)<br><br>Also, assuming that "web space" is equivalent to .Mac's iDisk space, what is "Picture Space"? Is it essentially just more storage? And how would that differ from "Web space"? Or are they essentially offering 350MB of general storage?<br><br>Personally, if I had the choice, I'd want the 1GB of space to be for storage, not for e-mail - I mean, 1GB of HD space is 1GB, what does it matter to them what function it's used with?<br><br>=)<br><br>***matt<br><br>Turn up the signal, wipe out the noise ...
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