Take Control of Syncing Data in Snow Leopard

Michael E Cohen

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  • Paru le : 01/12/2009
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You'll learn about syncing managed data on a Mac running Snow Leopard with: - Another Mac - Microsoft Exchange - The cloud (i.e. MobileMe or Google) -... > Lire la suite
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You'll learn about syncing managed data on a Mac running Snow Leopard with: - Another Mac - Microsoft Exchange - The cloud (i.e. MobileMe or Google) - An iPhone, iPod, or Apple TV - A non-Apple mobile phone - A PDA (i.e. a Palm or Blackberry, specifics are brief) Types of sync data covered include: - Calendar items stored in iCal, Entourage, Google, and Yahoo - Contacts stored in Address Book, Entourage, Google, and Yahoo - Data on Exchange servers - Data on MobileMe - Dock items and Dashboard widgets - Apple Mail account settings, Safari bookmarks, and application preferences - Apple Mail and Entourage notes - Keychains (user names and passwords) - Items from software that uses Mac OS X's Sync Services, such as Yojimbo - Audio, video, photos, apps, and associated metadata from iTunes Types of devices covered include: - Macs, with details on MobileMe and overviews of popular third-party options - The iPhone and iPod touch, via Microsoft Exchange, MobileMe, or iTunes - Old and new iPods via iTunes, with details on USB and FireWire connections - The Apple TV via iTunes - Mobile phones, smartphones, BlackBerries, and Palm OS PDAs via iSync and/or third-party utilities Connection technologies and software examined include: - Bluetooth, USB, FireWire, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet - MobileMe, iTunes, iSync, IMAP (IMAP discussion is limited to Apple Mail), Exchange - Third-party products from BusyMac, Feisar, Mark/Space, Nova Media, PocketMac, and Spanning Sync Sampler of special questions you'll find answers to: - What is the truth database? And what should I do if I think it's lying? - When a sync occurs, what's going on behind the scenes? - What ispushsyncing and how does it work? - What is the difference between syncing and a backup? - What does Bluetooth"discovery"mean, and what should I do about it? - Can I control exactly which audio and video files sync to my iPod? - How do I override automatic syncing when I connect my iPod to iTunes? - How does iTunes decide if a video file is a movie, TV show, or music video? - How does the Apple TV figure out what to sync if it fills up? - How do I sync everything possible to my iPhone-calendars, contacts, Safari bookmarks, the works? - How do I sync a mobile phone that Apple doesn't support? - Argh! Snow Leopard's iSync doesn't support the Palm! What third-party software can I use instead? - I want to sync directly with an Exchange server...
what do I need to know? - What's the smartest way to sync keychains between Macs? - I have a syncing feeling about my data-what should I do?
  • Date de parution : 01/12/2009
  • Editeur : TidBITS Publishing, Inc.
  • ISBN : 978-1-61542-003-2
  • EAN : 9781615420032
  • Format : Multi-format
  • Nb. de pages : 162 pages
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