It seems that Apple released a document regarding some new updates on the MobileMe service.
Well did anyone notice it?
This article provides more detailed information about some recent improvements and the resolution of known issues that Apple delivered in the Late-September 2008 update to MobileMe services.
Apple is always working to improve MobileMe. Since MobileMe is primarily a server-side, or “cloud”-based, service, the MobileMe team can make improvements and push updates to MobileMe without any action being required of MobileMe customers. Since server-side updates are a bit more innocuous than a standard software update to Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows, it’s easy not to notice that updates are occurring. Usually the only hint of these updates is that things just “work better”.
Here’s some improvements
- All MobileMe Services
Improves localization for MobileMe web applications
Improves membername suggestions when attempting to sign up for a membername that is already taken
- MobileMe Mail
Resolves an issue when attempting to Reply All to some messages
Resolves several issues with Keyboard Shortcuts not behaving as expected
Resolves an issue in which a message was not removed from Drafts after being sent
Improves performance in Internet Explorer 7
Improves page title when you only have one message in a mailbox
Improves performance when Junk Mail filtering is enabled
Resolves an issue where attempting to add contacts from MobileMe mail was not working
Improves performance when first logging into MobileMe Mail
Provides a “loading” graphic to indicate that messages are still being loaded instead of a blank page