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MobileMe Family Pack Limitations?

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Hi all. I know this seems like a stupid question, but I swear I tried my best to find the answer.

I just need to know the specific limitations of the "family member" accounts in MobileMe. I understand the "main" account gets 20GB of storage, the "family member" accounts get 5GB. What about bandwidth limitations for web hosting? And is it true the "family" accounts don't get email aliases? Anything else I need to know?

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