Using macOS Network Services

In the previous chapter, we learned about the many network protocols macOS supports. In this chapter, you will learn about network services that take advantage of those protocols to access various network and sharing services. These services provide perhaps the most essential functionalities for Mac users. We are talking about key services such as email and calendar and other, more advanced services such as file sharing and screen sharing. Also, there is a feature that was introduced in one of the latest releases of macOS, called Continuity. This feature lets users use those services seamlessly on all their devices. In this chapter, we will explore those essential network services, as well as the Continuity feature. ...

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