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Lesson 9. Accessing Network Services > Accessing Internet Services

Accessing Internet Services

Mac OS X includes support for accessing a wide variety of Internet services, including web, email, online chatting, and streaming media servers.

Each of these services requires a client application to access the service. While Mac OS X includes client applications for these services, you are not restricted to using them. You may prefer to use an alternative application developed by a third party. Sometimes, while troubleshooting, using a third-party application is a great way to determine if a problem is specific to a single application.


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