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I want to register an email address @me.com. Not @icloud.com. It is still possible? Maybe some tricky way? I tried 10.7.2 - before this version is checked @me.com, now does not work. On all of my devices are already iOS 6, so I can't check iOS 5.

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No. The email suffixes are handled server side by Apple. They control domain names and are no longer issuing older ones. You get iCloud or nothing. –  cksum Oct 5 '12 at 19:34
    
Are you 100% sure? Maybe in a beta version (lion or iOS 5) still work? –  Sunshine Recorder Oct 5 '12 at 19:48
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Yes I am sure. Betas aren't up for discussion here (they are bound to strict NDAs) and it doesn't matter what kind of client you use, Apple does it all server side. –  cksum Oct 5 '12 at 19:55

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Nope. Getting a mobileMe/iCloud email address is handled by Apple from their side. They are no longer supplying @me.com email addresses. Now just go to icloud.com.

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