Apple has released a gaggle of knowledge base articles alongside the new version of its MobileMe Calendar Web application, now out of beta. The articles range in content from how to unpublish calendars to general troubleshooting methods to how to set up the new version.
Unpublishing calendars no longer associated with iCal
This article explains the steps necessary to unpublish your calendars from MobileMe.
About the "faster performance" message
MobileMe Calendar can save a copy of your data in your browser's local storage. This allows for faster performance when accessing your calendars in the Web application.
About subscribed calendars in the new MobileMe Calendar
Learn about how to subscribe to other calendars via MobileMe and how to sync them to your iOS 4 devices.
Troubleshooting the old MobileMe Calendar
If you are having trouble seeing changes with your old MobileMe calendars, read this article.
Attachments in the new MobileMe calendar
Attachments are no longer supported in the MobileMe Calendar application. Existing attachments for events will be removed when upgrading.
Setting up Microsoft Outlook for the new MobileMe Calendar
This article is a guide to setting up the new MobileMe Calendar application with Microsoft Outlook.
Specifications for the new MobileMe Calendar
The new MobileMe calendar has specific limits including a maximum of 100 calendars, 1,000 To Do items, and the ability to share calendars with up to 100 people.
Using Mac OS X 10.5.x with the new MobileMe Calendar
Mac OS X 10.5.x is not fully supported with the new MobileMe Calendar applications. Users are encouraged to upgrade to Mac OS X 10.6.4 or greater.
Setting up iCal with the new MobileMe Calendar
Interested in getting your new MobileMe Calendar into iCal? This article will show you how and includes some known issues and best practices for using the new functions.
Resolving duplicate calendars while using the new MobileMe Calendar in iCal
Users may experience duplicate calendars using the new MobileMe Calendar in iCal. Use the steps in this article to resolve those issues.
Subscribers to Apple's MobileMe service can access the new MobileMe Calendar application here.
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