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iMac with OS 10.6.8 will not sync with MobileMe. It will replace whatever is on MobilMe with the data on the iMac; contacts, iCal, bookmarks, probably everything. When I try to reset sync, to replace the data on my iMac with the data from mobile me, it will not do it. Any suggestions?
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