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Nobody's mentioned Apple Mail. I love it, particularly the Lion version.


I've switched full time to Sparrow largely because of how well it handles multiple email accounts. I'm willing to put up with some of its other quirks because of the fast account switching and unified inbox view. Switching between accounts is the fastest I've experienced of any tightly-coupled-to-gmail mail application I've used on any OS and the minimal UI ...


Click "Full Screen" in the "View" menu at the very top of the screen. Or push Command+2.


Short Answer This is a security-related limitation of the 802.11 standard. The 802.11n-capable AirPort Express has a fancy feature to work around this limitation, but the AirPort Extremes and Time Capsules do not. Long Answer The IEEE 802.11 standard requires the Access Point (AP) to require each wireless station (STA) to authenticate and "associate" to ...


I use Automatic (I use 1.x version, which was free, I see there’s version 2.x which is a paid update and I didn’t know about. My 1.x works ok), Transmission for the download (it monitors the files that Automatic downloads from a RSS feed I’ve created using ShowRSS (free).


"The client side is set up in the usual fashion" - I've had different results due to Firewall Unique Identifier. At least on a Mac OS X 10.8 client. The SonicWall configuration guide (Equinox document SonicOS_Standard-6-EN.pdf) clearly states a need for Firewall Unique Identifier. It's "Item 1" in things to write down and have users enter into the client ...


There's also Royal TSX, which is similar to CoRD but much more powerful. It is a commercial app, but provides a shareware version that allows you to manage up to 1 document, 10 connections and 10 credentials for free. It also offers native OS X fullscreen mode and an extended fullscreen mode that minimized the UI down to only the tab bar being visible. ...


Yes you can set up the sonnicwall to work with the built in L2TP vpn client. You are a little short on config options but it works for most setups. You have to leave the WANGroup profile on the sonnicwall as standard for its ipsec setup. You need to make note of your shared secret for the WANGroup profile. Then turn on the L2TP vpn section on the ...


Take a look at this article by Mike Barron, NetBoot Part 4. In the article Mike walks through the dscl commands he used to share folders on Mac OS X for the Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) and Server Message Block (SMB) protocols: The toughest one so far has been file sharing. In our lab we share all our Work partitions to the entire internal network over ...


With IMAP it seems that MailMate is extremely fast and powerful, as already suggested. I'd try it out, to see whether it suits your need. I tried it once, but the poor gmail support at the time had made me drop it. Then there are a plethora of without-GUI apps, like mutt, which is highly praised by the UNIX-folks. If you need a client with robust Exchange ...


You can try Ericom Blaze, a software-based RDP acceleration and compression product that accelerates RDP performance by up to 10-25 times and delivers higher frame rates and reduces screen freezes and choppiness. Ericom Blaze works with any standard RDP host, including VDI, Terminal Servers and remote physical machines. You can read more about Blaze and ...


For an alternative that does full screen, try CoRD. http://cord.sourceforge.net/

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