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Get Gmail in Entourage May 22, 2007

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Configuring your email client: Entourage 2004

  1. Enable POP in your Gmail account.
  2. Open Entourage 2004.
  3. Click ‘Tools,’ and select ‘Accounts’



Import contacts from Outlook to Entourage 2004 May 14, 2007

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  • You can create groups of contacts so that you can address an e-mail message to multiple people by group name.
    1. In the Address Book, click Add Group .
    2. Name the group. This is the name you’ll enter in the To box when addressing an e-mail message to the group.
    3. Click in the list box to add e-mail addresses to the group.
    4. Click Save. The group name appears in your Address Book.


New iTunes visualizer May 7, 2007

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Here is this thing that does stuff in iTunes. There is magnetism, there is gravity, but on top of all of that, there is awesomeness. Watch as all the dots and ribbons go bouncy bouncy when you play music and trigger this mo-fo of a visualizer. This is the future of visuals. God help you if you smoke the reefer cause you can kiss your productivity goodbye.

By the way, don’t go crazy with the A and S keys – they add or subtract a hundred particles at a time – tap once or twice and wait for the results. If it starts acting poorly because you hit a bunch of keys, just quit and restart.

Clone Your Apple Bootcamp Partition May 4, 2007

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If you are in charge of setting up a bunch of machines with both Mac OS X and Bootcamp, Winclone will make your job a breeze. Simply create an image as your would for a backup, and Winclone will create the Windows partition and restore the OS and data onto the new partition. Winclone now includes full Vista cloning.FEATURES

  • Clone Windows XP or Windows Vista with ease
  • Clone to your Bootcamp partition either on a separate drive or on the same that contains your Mac OS X partition
  • Creates image documents that can be stored on any media and double-clicked to open in WinClone
  • Verbose logging so you know what is going on
  • Built on the open source ntfstools, which are included in Winclone, so you don’t have to install anything else
  • Restore a 10 GB image in less than10 minutes
  • Create a Bootcamp partition from within Winclone
  • Do it all from the boot drive: You don’t need to boot from a Firewire drive to clone the Windows partition
  • Clean and uncomplicated interface


Save time when saving large Photoshop files May 3, 2007

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Here’s a very simple tip than can save a huge amount of time. If you put a lot of work into a Photoshop file, like lots of edits and masks and layers and special effects, you’re going to want to save often. Problem is, the more layers you accumulate, the bigger the file, the less you want to be interrupted to save the file. And the bigger the image to begin with, the bigger the problem. So here’s a way to save a big chunk of time while saving (the bigger the file, the more time you’ll save).


Backup, restore, resize, and convert Boot Camp partitions May 3, 2007

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Using this method, you can restore any type of existing complete backup of a Windows Boot Camp partition. You can use this method to resize a Boot Camp partition, to change the format from NTFS to FAT32, or to move a Boot Camp partition from one computer to another.


Copy Music Off Your iPod (( FREE )) May 1, 2007

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amiPod is a free application to efficiently manage your iPod under OS X. It can be run directly from your iPod and needs no installation. It also has extra features such as rss news and podcast support, removes duplicates, easy notes editor, songs synchronization, playlists export and much more.FEATURES

  • Files Can Be Copied To/From iPod
  • Playlists Import
  • Playlists Export
  • Unicode Support
  • Advanced Song Import/Export
  • 2 Restore Features
  • Built In Music Player
  • Remove Duplicates
  • Find Lost Music Files
  • Create & Edit Notes
  • RSS News
  • Growl Support
  • Export Song Lists
  • Multiple iPod Support
  • Last.fm Support

Download The Latest Version Of YamiPod Here

Backup the easy way May 1, 2007

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BackityMac is a free backup application for OS X, that helps you simply the process of backing up your User folder. Have you ever wanted an easy way to backup all the important files in your home folder? Are you tired of sifting through the Library directory to find the folders you need to backup? Want to backup just your Apple Mail database file? Now all you have to do is click the “Apple Mail” checkbox and click “Backup”.BUILT-IN BACKUP FOR

  • Apple Mail Files
  • MS Entourage Files
  • iCal Calendars
  • Address Book Database
  • Safari, Firefox, Camino Bookmarks
  • iPhoto & iTunes Libraries
  • iWeb Website Files
  • Documents Folder
  • Full Home Folder Backup

The backup process writes the data to a read-only disk image. You can select this disk image within BackityMac and it functions as an auto-restore of your files. This is useful for users interested in cloning their home directory and replace it on another Mac untouched.

Download The Latest Version Of BackityMac Here

Backup your mac for free May 1, 2007

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Mozy is a secure, automatic remote backup service for your Mac. It’s simple install and configure. Mac Mozy uses Spotlight, so you can select the types of files you want to backup. The application runs quietly in the background, and backup speeds will vary depending on the speed of your internet connection.What You Get For FREE

  • 2GB Of Free Secure Storage (Unlimited Storage For Only $4.95 A Month)
  • Open/Locked File Support
  • Block-Level Differential Backup
  • 128-bit SSL Support (Secures Your Data During Transport)
  • 448-bit Blowfish Encryption (Secures Your Data On Their Server)
  • Continuous Or Scheduled Backup Options
  • Automatic Or Scheduled Backups
  • New & Changed File Detection
  • Block Level Incremental Backups
  • Bandwidth Throttling
  • File Versioning
  • Public Or Private Key Encryption


Keep your passwords in your head April 27, 2007

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Imagine if you had a tool that when plugged into a Mac, can extract passwords for logins, disk images, Wi-Fi passwords, iTunes, iChat, Remote Desktop, email, all your banking info, peer to peer information, and arranges it neatly into a database format. That’s the MacLockPick. It’s pretty neat if you’re the one doing the extracting, but very scary if you’re the one being extracted from.

However, it’s only available to federal and state law enforcement officials as well as licensed investigators, and starts at $499 (discounts apply if you’re a po po). So unless your uncle’s a professional snooper, you won’t be able to get your hands on one of these. Thank jeebus.

Product Page [Subrosasoft via MacWorld via Everything USB via Slashgear]