Apple started sending emails to all its MobileMe subscribers notifying them, that the company would be discontinuing the homepage, .MAC, from November 8. MobileMe subscribers were allowed to publish web pages using their .Mac account on the .Mac Home Page. .Mac Home Page was a feature introduced as a part of .Mac service.
Apple revealed the that starting November 8, all photos, movies and files shared using .Mac HomPage will be unavailable for viewing on the web. However all pages published using iWeb or Aperture will not be affected and would continue to remain visible.
An year back, Apple brought down the .Mac Home Page web application which resulted to users no longer to create or edit new pages or the existing ones using the web site creation tool. Later on, the suite became MobileMe, whose subscribers have been passed on a message, which read:
“Over a year ago, we retired the .Mac HomePage application for publishing new pages, but allowed previously published pages to remain viewable on the web. On November 8, 2010, we will discontinue online viewing of photos, movies, and files shared using .Mac HomePage.
Please note that your content will not be deleted. Any photos, movies, or files you have published using HomePage will continue to remain on your MobileMe iDisk in the Movies, Pictures, or Public folders. We recommend MobileMe Gallery as a great way to share photos and movies on the web.
Followed by the message, Apple detailed users on how to move their Home Page photos and movies to MobileMe gallery.
via [.Mac HomePage]