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MacOSX 10.5.3 is out

It is not Tuesday, but a new version of MacOSX is out. Early reports from friends say the upgrade (although 420MByte on my MacBook Air) went flawlessly, so I am upgrading now. I saw early lists of the changes as a Developer, and the list was massive. The 420MB of course show that. Hope some bugs in Mail.App parsing of local messages are fixed. I also hope Spaces is better. And I hope some irritating bugs in MacOSX Server regarding how serveradmin is editing the configuration files for bind and apache is fixed. As it is now, it is hard to edit files manually as serveradmin is messing around with the files as well — in a way that is not according to the documentation (in the config files). I also hope they have in the user interface in the iCal client the ability to change permissions in the CalDav server on the server. As it is now (as I understand it), there are manny features there that one in reality can not use… Bummer.

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