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.Mac with iWeb, Second Edition: Visual QuickStart Guide by David Reynolds

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Chapter 8. Using .Mac Sync

Your .Mac account doesn’t just provide a great ad-free e-mail address, online storage, and the ability to whip up Web pages in a flash. It also serves as a repository for your personal information—your Safari bookmarks, Address Book contacts, iCal calendars, Mail accounts and rules, and Mac OS X keychains (which hold encrypted passwords for various accounts).

There are two great things about this: The first is that storing this information on your .Mac account lets you transfer it easily to any other Macintosh computer. Copying the items to another Mac is as easy as logging in to your .Mac account from that computer and clicking a button. The second great thing about storing personal information on .Mac is that you ...

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