Outlook calendar entries not updating
Mobile Me was shut down on June 30, 2012, with user data available for retrieval until July 31, 2012, when the site finally closed completely. Mac were designed primarily to provide Internet services for Mac owners. Mac received a @email address, showing the services tied to the Mac hardware.
However, with the release of the i Phone 3G in 2008, the renamed service, Mobile Me, began providing Internet services for OS X, i OS, and Windows.
The Family Pack plan included 40 GB of storage split among one 20 GB individual (primary) and four 5 GB sub-accounts, each sub-account having its own email address, online storage, and being able to use all the Mobile Me features.
You will have to create a DNS txt record in the public dns for all domains else you will have to remove them until you get their dns TXT record created.
Mobile Me allowed users to track the location of their i OS devices via the web portal at
A user could see the device's approximate location on a map (along with a circle showing the radius of inaccuracy), display a message and/or play a sound on the device (even if it is set to silent), change the password on the device, and remotely erase its contents.
With the announcement of i OS 4 the sync for Notes over IMAP (including Mobile Me) was implemented.
Mobile Me maintained a synchronized address book and calendar feature using Push functions.