sudo softwareupdate -i -a

Hold down Command-Option while choosing Preferences from the Google Notifier menu. In the dialog box that comes up enter “SecureAlways” as they key, and “1” as the value. Restart Google Notifier and it will always initiate a secure connection.

Note – this may no longer be necessary. Google is now defaulting to using an https connection for gmail by default.

Try using port 465. Seems to be a specific port that gets around some blocking and some of Apple mail’s weirdness. Other working (sometimes) ports are 587 and 995. All ports require SSL.

Apparently there are events which trigger google to lock your mail account. To unlock you must complete a captcha at

The dreamweaver MM_XSLTransform include requires php5. My godaddy hosting uses php4 by default, but you can use php5 by using a php5 extension (.php5). You can make the subdirectory use php5 for files with the .php extension by editing the .htaccess file to include:

AddHandler x-httpd-php5 .php

Paste into existing .htaccess file or create a new .htaccess file at the root of the web directory
order allow,deny
deny from .ru
allow from all

Just drag the icon and pause in the toolbar area. For instance, you could drag the icon for Toast Titanium to the toolbar so that every finder window has a convenient launch icon for burning discs.

Use the terminal application to change your login profile to enable/disable expanded save dialog boxes:
Enable expanded save dialog:
defaults write -g NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode -bool TRUE

Disable expanded save dialog – revert back to Mac OS X default:
defaults write -g NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode -bool FALSE