I am not a WebObjects programmer, but I know one ;)…but please, I have had just about enough with .mac web mail. With errors like: “Did not receive any response from application. It is possible that the application does not exist, or that the requested url is incorrect.” topped off with a little does of no junk mail support, and no filtering…I just do not understand. How much effort does it take to make filtering a possibility? I have been using Squirrelmail for years now and it has some nice features, such as…you guessed it, filtering. Apple, don’t you see the opportunity? If you somehow offered filters, aka rules, and made them like our bookmarks, and address book…mobile via iSync, that would be amazing. I have been a paying customer since the beginning of the end of the “free for life” accounts. I think I have been patient. Time to get with the program. Give me some filters/rules!! (Junk mail filters can be apart of that.)
expect the expected.
I can get riled up easily, but I am trying to work on that. Things easily get to me, such as summer time on the Metra, dealing with Internet Explorer’s “standards“, dealing with certain people who still do not realize that a phone works both ways, and the regardless of how much quality work I […]
iBook logic board failure.
For the past few weeks, A’s 500mhz dual USB iBook has been acting a bit flaky. Every time she or I would open the iBook and wake it from sleep, you would have to carefully adjust the angle of the open lid, a 1/32 of an inch this way or that way could mean you […]