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Is one .mac account enough for all the Macs you own, or does each one need it's own? The point being to use iSync to keep Address Book, etc. alike on all machines. -- Ron...

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    Is one .mac account enough for all the Macs you own, or does each one
    need it's own?

    The point being to use iSync to keep Address Book, etc. alike on all
    machines.

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    Ron
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    In article <verizon.net>, Ron Parsons
    <net> wrote:
     

    One .mac per person. Works on all your accounts.
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    In article <151020030846443095%com>,
    Whytoi <com> wrote:
     
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    >One .mac per person. Works on all your accounts.[/ref]

    Suppose I add a new iBook for my wife to the existing cluster of macs
    here. I am allowed another email acount for her with Verizon. Could we
    both have separate email with .mac on a single .mac account and also use
    iSync for all the machines.

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    Ron
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    In article <verizon.net>,
    Ron Parsons <net> wrote:

    :> In article <151020030846443095%com>,
    :> Whytoi <com> wrote:
    :>
    :> >In article <verizon.net>, Ron Parsons
    :> ><net> wrote:
    :> >
    :> >> Is one .mac account enough for all the Macs you own, or does each one
    :> >> need it's own?
    :> >>
    :> >> The point being to use iSync to keep Address Book, etc. alike on all
    :> >> machines.
    :> >
    :> >One .mac per person. Works on all your accounts.
    :>
    :> Suppose I add a new iBook for my wife to the existing cluster of macs
    :> here. I am allowed another email acount for her with Verizon. Could we
    :> both have separate email with .mac on a single .mac account and also use
    :> iSync for all the machines.

    A single .Mac account includes only one email address, plus the extras
    mentioned previously in this thread. Additional email-only names can be
    purchased for $10 per year each (I've purchased two such additional
    addresses for my account). But all machines can still use iSync to the
    "master" .Mac account, although you likely will need to let every user
    involved have access to the main account name's password. Whether it's
    possible to access the storage of the "main" account using the email
    account name and password, I don't know.

    = Steve =
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    Steve W. Jackson
    Montgomery, Alabama
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    In article <supernews.com>,
    Steve W. Jackson <net> wrote:
     

    I have one .Mac account for each of my 'puters; basically for the
    reasons you ask about. 

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