Apple increases .Mac storage to 1GB, adds Groups

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Apple Computer on Tuesday made several changes to its .Mac service providing members with increased storage and adding a new feature called Groups. The increased storage and Groups feature are available immediately in your user account.

Configuration of the increased storage is available in your account settings on the .Mac Web site. Once you login, you can choose the amount of your 1GB of .Mac storage to use for email and what portion you would like to use for iDisk.

Apple has also increased the .Mac Family Pack to a total of 2GB of storage.

Apple also launched a new feature to the service, Groups. This service allows .Mac users to setup a group Web site and invite members to join. By setting up a group, you can invite people that share specific interests to gather in one place and post information to your group Web site.

Groups are immediately available once you login to your .Mac account.

This story, "Apple increases .Mac storage to 1GB, adds Groups" was originally published by PCWorld.

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