[macvoiceover] Re: OT: is this really real?

All you have to do is interact with the list of messages and vo over to say the subject of a message and from there you can down and up arrow and just hear the subjects. I like it.



Best reguards,

Jerry

On May 23, 2008, at 8:15 PM, Sara wrote:

When I tried apple mail I had to listen to a lot of nonsense before each mail message in the list of messages; not my cuppa tea. smile Maybe an update will fix it or maybe I did something wrong, no idea. When I get a mac I'll give it another whirl.
Sara
----- Original Message ----- From: "MaryLee Perkins" <ml.perkins@xxxxxxxxx >
To: <macvoiceover@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 7:52 PM
Subject: [macvoiceover] Re: OT: is this really real?


Dear Sara,
I think that once you get used to Apple Mail, you will find it easier to use that either OE or Outlook.
MLP






Sara wrote:
I think I'll probably buy a custom mac with an extra 500gb drive and then get it with 2gb ram. At that website somebody posted www.macsales.com you can buy the 32-gigs for what seems like a good deal and even send in your old ram for cash rebate. I was wondering what I'd do with the old ram, lol. I probably won't do it right away after getting it though and I won't be getting the mac until I have a few dollars. lol Yeah, I'd like to use a mac more. I'm not sure I like it better yet as I've not used it enough, but I'm starting to get sick of windows and it's never-ending stability problems. lol I'm planning on running a couple vms with necessary windows programs on them. For example, outlook express remains my fav email program. Please don't laugh, I just like the way it reads and all that and I am used to it I guess. If something better comes along I'll give it a whirl, but OE is my favourite so far; I don't even like outlook. Four thousand sounds good compared to nine thousand, lol, but no idea what Australian dollars are worth.
Sara
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I know that apple overcharges on their upgrades. You might wish to also check macsales.com

       Glenn
----- Original Message -----
From: Sara
To: macvoiceover@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 1:29 PM
Subject: [macvoiceover] OT: is this really real?

This is about Macs but not about voiceover, just macs in general.
I was looking at a mac pro and wishing I could afford that 32 gig of ram. Well, I looked on:
www.memorysuppliers.com
and they carry Apple memory. I don't know all the numbers and specs and I can't be sure I was reading it right, but it seemed to be offering me an 8-gig kit, i.e., two 4-gig pieces for $700 US! Now to get 32 gigs I'd need to buy 4 of these I think for a grand total of $2796.00 US. Well, at the Apple store, they want another $9000 Canadian to up a 2- gb mac pro stock model to a monstrous 32-gb custom model. If my math is correct and if the exchange rate isn't too terrible, I calculate that I can have this 32-gig monster Mac for $6000 less! Of course that's just the ram, but the hard drives seem reasonable and I don't need anymore than the two 2.8 ghz cpus.
Has anybody bought memory from this place for their mac?
Did it work?
Did it crash?
Did it explode or give off smoke? Did it cause instability?
Just wondering because this price blows my mind and I think it might be too good to be real.
Any thoughts?
Thanks!
Sara


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