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Hello,

I'm a Webmaster for a small site here in Australia. As part of my work I distribute an e newsletter.

One recipient who has a MAC has a few issues and I'd like to understand what system/version she is using.

Would someone like to give me an overview of the following.

She is using Apple MAC mail Version 2.0 (727/728) as her e mail package. How old is this version please.

She is using Safari Version 2.0 (412) as her browser. How old is this version.

Thank you in advance.
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They were both shipped with Tiger, but have been updated since. I'd recommend she update to the latest version of Tiger, 10.4.8.

Tiger was originally released in April 2005.

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2.1 (752) is the current version of Mail, so her's is some what behind.
2.0.4 (419.3) is the current Safari, so her's is pretty close to current.

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thank you for the very fast reply. Much appreciated.
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