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MacFixIt Answers is a feature in which we answer questions e-mailed from our readers. This week, we have questions about old e-mail addresses still being used in Mail's address autocompletion, battery calibration behavior in MacBook Pro systems, printer queue accidentally removed from the Dock, and another useful utility that tracks file system changes.
The .Mac service remains inaccessible hours after the schedule migration of the service to .Me.
With MobileMe coming in to replace the .Mac service, subscribers should be prepared for a bit of downtime late in the day Wednesday.
Apple's latest Mac OS X update contains some interesting code that could signal an upcoming change to the company's .Mac Internet service.
Few Mac users take advantage of Apple's .Mac service, probably because of its $99-a-year price tag. But .Mac could be used to sell hardware if the price--and features--were right.
A .Mac remote-desktop access feature called Back to My Mac is being credited with leading police to two suspects in the burglary of an apartment in New York.
iDisk still works, .Mac sites don't.
.Mac is Apple's publishing and Internet utilities service.
Here's a different way to fund invention: Offer prizes to the best inventors.
Share and manage files between multiple computers with Dropbox.