I'm running OS X 10.9 with Server 3.0.1 on a Mac residing on a private subnet sitting behind a router whose WAN port is plugged into a cable modem, hence the ISP is a well known cable internet ...
Apps will often ask to enable push notifications the first time they are run. However how do I change this setting after answering this? There doesn't seem to be a single thing in Settings about Push ...
Launching server.app logs “Could not find image named 'XSMail'” in system.log, should this be fixed?
Launching the Server.app version 1.5.0 (Mac OS X 10.7.5) creates these lines in the system.log every time: Server: Could not find image named 'XSMail'. Server: Could not find image ...
I have an apsd process which stands for Apple Push Notification service daemon man_page_on_developers.apple.com (it has a name applepushserviced on osx 10.7 and lower). Is it possible to restrict it ...
I sent a message to several people, and one of them indicates that they never got the message. Is there a way that I can email a copy of the message showing all the phone numbers the message was sent ...
Can anyone enlighten us with what a hacker could use one (or a list of) UDID for? The leak reported September 4 of 1 million UDID's by AntiSec makes me worry. But should I? What is the worst case ...