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In the wake of other major updates today, Apple released Mac OS X Server 10.5.3, which they recommend for all servers running Leopard Server. Improvements to Directory Services, Active Directory, Collaboration Services, iCal Server, networking, and mail are included in this update. For detailed inf...

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Did you get home only to find that Mac OS X 10.5.3 had been released today? Well, just as some users were unpacking and installing the shiny new update, issues with SIMBL plug-ins were discovered. If you have SIMBL plugins installed, then you may have an error show up when you try to launch an app...

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If you have an iPhone synced with Address Book.app, then you've been able to sync your contacts with Yahoo for a while now, but something that has been missing is Google sync. Sure, you can always use Spanning Sync, but we all want something free and built-into the OS. Well, those dreams are now tru...

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Apple has just released the next point release of Mac OS X Leopard, version 10.5.3. This release has been speculated for a while now, and includes some hefty updates in the 420 MB package. Software Update gives us the following information about the update: The 10.5.3 Update is recommended for all ...

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For the legions of Mac users out there annoyed with Leopard niggles, some possible relief is now available, as Apple has made version 10.5.3 available to users via software update. The new version has a slew of minor adjustments, including fixes for AirPort and networking reliability issues, Time M...

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Macsimum News is reporting that the long-awaited Mac OS X 10.5.3 is just about ready to go. Build 9D25 was released to developers at the end of last month with twenty-two fixes in place and no known issues. The most recent build, 9D34, went out with one fix and no new issues. That sounds good to us!...

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Time Machine is the backup software built into Mac OS X Leopard that people either love or hate. It already saved my backside on the night before a report was due, so I'm a hands-down fan. For now, the available options are limited. According to AppleInsider, that's going to change with the release ...

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