>no one here is in a position to make an informed estimate<br><br>well shut my mouth!<br>Thanks!!!<br>Here's hoping that they really can get all components functioning as intended in that amount of time.<br><br>
Yep me too but I doubt it - like the status page says things will be better by the end of next week but I betcha it will take another 2 weeks after next to be close to 100%.<br><br>Apparently Apple completely under estimated the amount of traffic the servers would receive "adding more" and even some the software features of mobileMe could not handle the traffic either "re-tuning software" Keep in mind that iPhones are still being sold out soooo I hope they are using the engineers standard of calculating ? what ever the number is just add another 50% to be safe.<br><br>Yep Apple drop the ball and was caught with their pants down on this one. I sure hate to be the guy who was leading the charge on mobileMe<br><br>
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I'll take a stab at a guess - a couple months before the smoke clears.<br><p><hr></blockquote><p> Am I the only one who has had no problems with mobile me? It works great. I have all my computers synching their calendars and I can add dates, multi day conferences to car tune-ups from any computer in the world by just logging into my me.com page. My wife's calendar is synched and overlaid onto it. Weee, one less thing to worry about.<br><br>I've tried out all the apps and they all seem to work fine but calendar is the killer app for me. The idea that I can sit at any computer, open a web page and upload anything I want is cool and I am sure I will use it but it is the calendar that floats my boat.<br><br>Is it because my account has been running since Apple opened this up years ago? Is my account on a good server and all the new accounts are crammed on new servers?<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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