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Fri 26 Oct 2007

Leopard ships but where's my copy?

Category : Commentary/LeopardShipsBut.txt

Question : Just looked at your blog and saw that there is a new version of your software but I am not sure where I can download it and buy it. Could you please provide a link or let us know if they will be available later today or tomorrow?

Answer : I haven't received my final version of Leopard yet to test it against. It was supposed to be, latest, an hour ago. I ordered from the online store for guaranteed delivery on the 26th October but it's now 9.30 pm and there's no sign of the delivery man. It's been quite a let-down - that's Apple at its worst. No call. Nothing, even though I called AppleStore to confirm that it'll be delivered on time this morning. I will put up the MailServe and DNS Enabler web pages in a day or two after I've managed to make a final test against the shipping version of Leopard. Believe me, you'll be glad I did.

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