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i have never owned a mac before. but i am very confused on the how to take the power connector out of the mac! the magnet is SO strong that i angle it down to break the magnet connecting then i can take it out. is that what anyone else does or is it just mine? and am i destroying the connection doing this?

also with my mail program i have this enter password for account"smtp.mac.com" that pops up every 5 seconds and every password i try it doesnt work!
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1) pull it towards you. so that it cams out of the slot.

2) do you have a .mac account?

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Awesome pulling it towards me works great. and thats the other thing. when i clicked the mail program it had a email account with my name and then @.mac or something like that. do all macs come with a .mac account email or what?
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its a 30 day trial you will have to pay around $100 bucks a year to keep the service (.mac). they are in the middle of switching over to make .mac to moblieme.
heres the link for more info
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well how can i get rid of this enter password for account smtp.mac.com??? every password i use says the SMTP server "smtp.mac.com" rejected the password.
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