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- News: iPhone WebApps Directory, 3rd Party iPhone development, T3 Awards, iPhone ads
- Switchers Corner: Mail, O2M
- Software Review: SpamSieve
In the news this week:
- Intrepid hackers have brought Apple’s shiny new menus to older models.
- Apple Launches WebApps Directory. Apple has launched a directory of web-based applications designed for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
- Apple to Announce 3rd Party iPhone App Development?
- Apple iPhone 2 for Macworld Expo? As confirmed by Apple CEO Steve Jobs in September, Apple is already working on the development of the second-generation iPhone.
- The Good: T3 – Apple cleans up at T3 Awards
- The Bad: Royalty demands may have kept Valve’s Half-Life 2 off the Mac
- The Ugly: The new iPhone ads on the US site.
- Using Mail
- Reasons for transferring for Outlook to OSX Mail
- Using O2M (from littlemachines.com) for importing mail from Outlook.
- Price: $10
- SpamSieve – powerful spam filtering for Mac OS X.
- More information about SpamSieve can be found at c-command.com
- Requires: Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later (10.4.0 or later recommended)
- Works with: Apple Mail, mailer, Entourage v.X through 11.x (2004), Eudora 5.2 or later (Sponsored or Paid), GyazMail, Mailsmith (bundled with Mailsmith 2.1), Outlook Express 5, PowerMail (optional bundle with PowerMail 5), Thunderbird
- Free Trial: fully-featured (30 days)
- Price: $30
- This week’s Cool Tool scores a coveted 5 Golden Bites
- Tip of the week – taking screen shots
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