[Mac_crypto] Re: [X4U] iTunes 4.0.1 Has Been Cracked

R. A. Hettinga mac_crypto@vmeng.com
Wed, 4 Jun 2003 21:12:46 -0400

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From: Judi Sohn <lists@momathome.com>
Subject: Re: [X4U] iTunes 4.0.1 Has Been Cracked

At 3:20 PM -0700 6/4/03, Kunga wrote:
>Internet Sharing is restored to 4.0.1 iTunes

Not quite. It's yet another 3rd party utility to do what Apple 
refuses to. I wish I could understand what all the complaining about 
iTunes is, considering those that wish to share over the Internet 
have a choice of apps to do it with if they just take a second to 
look for them.

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