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OS 10.5 - can i upload to iDisk from PC at work?


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I use iDisk to transfer files too big for email. I have a PC at work and an iMac home, so i have to wait until i get home to upload files. Is there a way to upload files when i am away from my Mac?
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Well, I use my MobileMe account to do that, and it seems to work just fine. I'm a little too new at this stuff to tell you whether there is some other way to reach your iDisk. When I first started using the MobileMe, I thought I'd have to load iTunes at work to access it, but you can download straight to the web and then access from the house.

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Thank you. off to work to try it.
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and if that doesn't work you can go to me.com and sign in with your MobileMe account. I don't use MobileMe so I don't really know how reliable it is.


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