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Import a .pst file from Outlook for Windows (Mac)

To help you transfer messages and other items from a Windows-based computer to a Macintosh computer, Outlook for Mac can import Outlook Data Files (.pst) that are created in Outlook for Windows.  Transfer the .pst file to your Macintosh computer. On the Outlook for Mac File menu, click Import. Click Outlook Data File, and then click the […]

Map a Network Drive on a Mac – Additional Info

If you frequently access a file server from a Mac it’s pretty helpful to map the network drive to your desktop. There’s two ways to do this, one method is just mapped for one time use and will reset after a reboot, and another method is a more permanent route that allows the mapped network […]

How to connect to a server on your Mac

Under Finder, click on Go and Connect to Server. When you go to the Connect to Server dialog, you may browse the names of computers that are on your local subnet. You can connect to a server via its IP address or DNS name. If it is required or more convenient in your environment, you […]

Map a Network Printer on a Mac

Click the System Preferences button in the dock Click on the icon Print & Fax Next click the + button under the header Printers. Press the IP button on the top of the screen. In the address field type in your printers IP address (i.e. 101.101.101.101). Press the add button. The computer should auto detect […]

How to Share Your Screen on a Mac

The Default OS X Method Apple didn’t leave out basic screen sharing — it’s right here. One of the easiest ways to show others what you’re currently looking at on a Mac locally is the built-in Screen Sharing service. Found in System Preferences > Sharing, Screen Sharing will allow you to broadcast exactly what’s on […]