As I was leaving the Apple store today, I stopped to listen to a salesman talking to a couple of people about .Mac. I didn't hear all of it, but it did sound interesting. <br><br>Do any of you use it? <br><br>"I think of a man. Then I take away reason and accountability."
Loc: New Hampshire
You can sign up for a 60 day trial period.<br><br>I have a .mac account for testing purposes. And I have an email only one for iChat/email<br><br>[color:blue]All your sock puppets are belong to us</font color=blue>
Yes, but for a dumb reason.<br>I had a free .Mac account when it first became available.<br>When they wanted money I paid for it so I could keep my .Mac e-mail address.<br>There are some good benefits like software discounts, homepage, iDisk etc.<br><br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
I like it. It has lots of capabilities and can be accessed from any computer. I am going to change ISPs and it will stay a constant when I change. Love the free software and web page templates. Easy squeezy!<br><br>
Yeah, but it's almost 100 bucks. That's a lot for a permanent email address. I suppose my biggest concern is security. I'm not sure I like the idea of putting personal stuff 'out there'. Apple could open my stuff if they wanted. Or someone could hack in, and there goes my address book. <br><br>Did you go through the same thoughts?<br><br>"I think of a man. Then I take away reason and accountability."
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