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Very random question. Sorry for the dumbness of this one, but I can't seem to find the answer anywhere.
If I have a .Mac account, can I sync 2 computers that are in different locations together? Like network them so that when I work on the one at my girlfriends place and make changes to stuff on it, then go home, upload or sync all the changes automatically? Does .Mac do that? Maybe I'm not asking it the right way, but hopefully someone out there knows what I mean.
thanks so much!
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