Internet service provider
EarthLink has released TotalAccess 2003 for Macintosh, a new version of its Internet access software.
Now designed exclusively for Mac OS X 10.1 or higher, TotalAccess 2003 provides EarthLink customers with one-click access to Internet tools; e-mail counter and alerts; support for multiple users; information of software update and new EarthLink features as they become available and more.
If you travel and need to access the Internet from your EarthLink account, TotalAccess 2003 for Macintosh can locate local numbers when you’re on the road by dialing a toll-free directory, as well. TotalAccess 2003 can also maintain information about different networking preferences: Using dial-up in one location, for example, or LAN access, cable modem or DSL in other spots.
EarthLink TotalAccess 2003 for Macintosh is free for any EarthLink subscriber. You can download it from
EarthLink’s Web site now. It’s a 5MB download.