Chapter 7. Using .Mac Groups

Some would say that the Internet is all about connecting with other people (that is, those who aren’t busy saying the Internet is for comparison-shopping insurance). That’s been true since the first e-mail messages started flitting around the ether (before spam ruined all that). These days, coordinating and connecting with a group takes more than e-mail alone—it takes custom Web pages, message boards, and more.

That’s where .Mac groups come in. With them, you can create a group Web page, set up a message board, maintain a group calendar, and have a group e-mail address—all using your .Mac account. This is great for coordinating book clubs, sports teams, family activities, and even people who like to play the same ...

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