Tag Archives: iPhone
AirPrint is one of the most welcome additions of late to iOS 4.2. Unfortunately Apple removed the ability to print to shared printers. Fortunately, creative software developers such as Ecamm have created Printopia as a solution for those of us … Continue reading
Another post for the peripheral brain. When I first set up my own server lo these years ago, I never really thought about email message filtering. After all, I had rules in Mail.app that would send my incoming message to … Continue reading
Just a personal reminder to keep in the memory bank. When running OS X Server and SpamAssassin, if you have spam set up to be quarantined it gets stored in /var/virusmails. A method of viewing and releasing quarantined mail mostly … Continue reading
Well, with the Easter weekend over and Apple’s iPad gaining more headlines than anything else, I have to say I want one, but I can wait. I actually got to touch one. Someone at the hospital brought it with them. … Continue reading
While looking for an iPhone stand I came across the simplest solution. A binder clip.
OK, I’m fortunate or crazy enough to run my own server using Apple’s OS X Leopard Server software. It has been, at times, very simple and very complex to set everything up. One of the options that I use is … Continue reading
I don’t know what Apple fixed in the 2.0.2 software update for the iPhone but whatever the “bug fixes” were have noticably decreased my battery life. I’m using a 1G iPhone with v2.0.2 OS Bluetooth – OFF WiFi – ON … Continue reading
It’s real. I’m here in McDonalds and I decided for the fun of it to see what WiFi was around. I saw attwifi and selected. I opened up a web page it redirected me to an iPhone AT&T page where … Continue reading
I’m just testing the iPhone posting with the new 1Password integration. I can only say one thing. Awesome.