Apple has rolled out a beta test version of Web-based Mac.com e-mail, meaning that you can check your Mac.com e-mail accounts from a Web browser. Since Apple first unveiled POP3-based e-mail accounts, many Mac users have wanted Apple to also offer a browser-based solution. The company has now done so, though in beta form. The new system is called Mac.com Webmail.
The Mac Observer has not yet tested the system, but the interface is as clean and intuitive as one might expect from an Apple designed solution. Better yet, and much to Yahoo!is probable dismay, there are no ads to clutter up your e-mail useage.
Apple is asking for users to try Mac.com Webmail and submit feedback. From the mention on the main iTools e-mail page:
With new Mac.com Webmail, you can access you email [sic] account from any computer. Try the beta version, then send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.