Teacher, Can I Have an Extension? .Mac Deadline Now October 14

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Date: Monday, September 30th, 2002, 05:38
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Adonis writes: “I thought you might get a kick out of this message received from Apple’s .mac team. Appearently, they’re extending the .mac deadline to October 14, 2002. I don’t buy their reasoning, but hey, now I have two more weeks decide . . . should I stay or should I go?”

Dear iTools member,

In response to many last minute requests, we’ve extended the opportunity to join .Mac at the special US$49.95 iTools member price to October 14, 2002. Your Mac.com Email account, HomePage address, and iDisk will remain active and accessible until then, so you still have time to retrieve any files and data you have there, and to notify correspondents to stop using your Mac.com Email address before mail sent to it starts bouncing. For more information on preserving your data, read the .Mac FAQ.

Of course, what we hope you’ll do with the extra time is sign up for .Mac instead. At only US$49.95 for a membership that won’t expire until September 30, 2003, it’s a true bargain when measured against all it delivers?outstanding ISP-independent email with 15MB of storage on Apple servers, web page hosting and 100MB of iDisk storage also on Apple servers, McAfee Virex virus protection software, Backup software from Apple, and tight integration with Apple’s iApps like iPhoto, iCal and now the beta release of iSync. Together they make it incredibly easy to use the Internet to share your photos and calendars and keep your contact and calendar information synchronized when you use more than one Mac.

And we’re just getting started. Take advantage of the savings and join us today. Sincerely,
Apple Computer

P.S. If you decide not to join .Mac but would still like to stay in touch with Apple, please go to www.apple.com/contact/myinfo and make sure your personal contact information is up to date. Note: You are receiving these emails because your .Mac trial account will expire on October 14, 2002. If you would prefer not to receive future email, please send an email to dotmac_unsubscribe@mac.com.

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