Mac OS X Server 10.5.8 Update

About Mac OS X Server 10.5.8 Update The latest release of Apple”s UNIX server operating system makes it easy for small businesses, workgroups, and enterprises to take full advantage of the benefits of a server. With Mac OS X Server, users can effortlessly share files, schedule meetings and events, exchange instant messages, send and receive mail on the Internet, access the organization”s network remotely, publish podcasts, and host websites, wikis, and blogs Read more “Mac OS X Server 10.5.8 Update”

Mac OS X 10.5.8 Combo Update

About Mac OS X 10.5.8 Combo Update Add a new Mac to your Mac. Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard is packed with over 300 new features, installs easily, and works with the software and accessories you already have. Learn more about Mac OS X Read more “Mac OS X 10.5.8 Combo Update”

After upgrading from Mac OS X Server v10.4 to Mac OS X Server v10.5, iChat users may no longer be able to use Kerberos authentication to the iChat service. Read more “Mac OS X Server v10.5: iChat Kerberos authentication does not work after upgrading from Mac OS X Server v10.4”

Following a MobileMe Mail service interruption, you may need to clear your Web browser cache to resolve interface issues that may appear in your Web browser. Read more “MobileMe: Empty browser cache if issues occur after a MobileMe Mail service interruption”

If you installed the iLife Support 9.0.3 update, and subsequently used Migration Assistant to transfer your files to a new Mac, you may be unable to see your iPhoto images or iTunes music in the Media Browser of your iLife ’09 applications.* Also related to this issue, your screen saver preference pane in System Preferences may become unresponsive. * If this issue occurs in only one of your iLife ’09 applications, this article does not apply and troubleshooting should be performed for that application, not the entire suite. Read more “iLife ’09: Music and Photos may not be accessible from your Media Browser”

The MobileMe Control Panel for Windows allows you to configure how you would like your PC to sync contacts, calendars, and bookmarks with MobileMe. It was originally available as part of iTunes 7.7 Read more “MobileMe: Installing or uninstalling the MobileMe Control Panel for Windows”

Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and later improves on download validation by providing file quarantine in some applications, such as Safari, iChat, and Mail. File quarantine-aware applications that download files from the Internet or receive files from external sources (such as email attachments) will attach file quarantine attributes. The first time you open a potentially unsafe file in Finder, Spotlight, or from the Dock, the file quarantine feature will warn you about unsafe file types. Read more “Mac OS X 10.5: About file quarantine”