Apple released the latest version of Mac OS X (Snow Leopard) last Friday. MacFixIt has posted early feedback from readers concerning Snow Leopard compatibility issues. In my mailbox I received official notices from Kerio and CrashPlan regarding the use of their software programs under Mac OS X 10.6.
Kerio MailServer and Mac OS X Snow Leopard
Apple has announced that Mac OS X Snow Leopard will be available on Friday, August 28, 2009. Kerio MailServer versions 6.7.1 and older do not fully support the desktop clients in Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Therefore, Kerio advises that all Kerio MailServer customers do not upgrade to Mac OS X Snow Leopard at this time. While Kerio does not disclose information about unreleased products, Kerio remains committed to the Mac platform and Kerio MailServer will support Mac OS X Snow Leopard in the next service release.
Snow Leopard is here and CrashPlan is ready!
The Snow Leopard installer is available for download. When upgrading to Snow Leopard you must uninstall and resintall CrashPlan. Don’t worry! You backups will not start over. This change applies to Crashplan and CrashPlan+ users only. If you’re not upgrading to Snow Leopard, no action is required.