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Apple has begun seeding OS X 10.7.3 build 11D46 to the members of its developer program, with the company asking users to focus on finding bugs in iCloud Document Storage, Address Book, iCal, Mail, Spotlight and Safari, reports 9to5mac.
The update comes a month after the 11D36 build and has no known issues, suggesting that it might not be long until Apple decides to launch the update publicly via its Lion software update tool.
It’s a 996.98MB standard download and the combination update comes in at 1.26GB. The OS X Lion Server bundle is a 1GB download, with the combination totalling 1.34GB and Server Admin Tools: 202.59MB.
The OS X Lion Server 10.7.3 build 11D46 has no known issues and focuses on the following areas: Address Book Server, Directory Utility, Server Applications (Sharing, Web and VPN UI), Calendar & Contacts Server, Profile Manager, WebDAV Sharing, Webmail, Wiki Server (support for iPad editing) and XsanFS.
Apple has noted that improvements in OS X 10.7.3 will include support for new languages and fixes for issues that were associated with smart cards, directory services authentication, and Windows file sharing.
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