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We offer an RSS feed of our articles, and you can also follow @ATPMezine on Twitter.


We offer four different ways to subscribe to ATPM for e-mail delivery. Choose the one that suits you best—all are free. If desired, you can even return to this page and subscribe to more than one version.

The first subscription type only sends you an e-mail message. The last three include a compressed attachment and require StuffIt Expander 5.x for decompression. All four versions are mailed out around the 1st of each month.

This page is also used to unsubscribe from any of the versions.

Step One: Select a Subscription Type

E-Mail Notification—We’ll send you a short e-mail listing the articles in the issue. You can then download any of the formats described below at your convenience, or read the issue online in your Web browser. This option is ideal if your e-mail service cannot handle large attachments.

Offline Webzine—This is a disk image that contains the issue in HTML format and requires a Web browser for viewing. Generally no bigger than 2 MB, this is the smallest attachment we offer.

PDF, Print Optimized—This is an Adobe PDF attachment formatted in two columns per page using 10-point serif type. It requires the least amount of paper for those who wish to print out the entire issue. The attachments are generally no bigger than 2.5 MB and are compatible with Acrobat Reader 3 and higher.

PDF, Screen Optimized—Ideal for reading on a computer screen, this version is identical to the print optimized PDF with the following exceptions: the text is formatted in one column per page; the typeface is a larger, sans-serif font; and the images are larger. The attachments are generally no bigger than 2.5 MB and are compatible with Acrobat Reader 3 and higher.

Step Two: Subscribe or Unsubscribe

Subscribe—Since we just know you’re here to subscribe, we’ve highlighted this button for you!

Unsubscribe—We’re sorry that you’ve chosen to unsubscribe. Perhaps you’re simply transferring your subscription from one e-mail address to another. If you are unsubscribing and are inclined to tell us why, please e-mail us so we might improve ATPM to be more suitable to you.

Step Three: Enter Your E-Mail Address

Naturally, we need to know the e-mail address you are using to subscribe or unsubscribe:

  (We’re sorry, but as ATPM is no longer publishing we are no longer accepting subscriptions.)

If you use a challenge-response system, make sure it is set to allow messages from to get through. Otherwise, you will not receive the subscription confirmation e-mail or your ATPM subscription.

Changing Lists

To change from one list to another takes two steps. First subscribe to the new list, and then unsubscribe from the old list.

Trouble Unsubscribing?

If you try to unsubscribe and get an error that you aren’t on the list, be sure that you have selected the proper subscription type.


We never send advertisements to subscriber addresses; nor do we give, exchange, or sell e-mail addresses to any third-party.

Reader Comments (19)

Timmy Howlincam · July 17, 2002 - 00:33 EST #1
You guys are the best.
Bernice White · August 2, 2002 - 20:27 EST #2
You have the best desktop pictures I have seen for my iMac.
K. Kadir · October 22, 2002 - 11:38 EST #3
You have a comprehensive range of useful networking articles for Macs here.
Erik Price · December 20, 2002 - 09:26 EST #4
Is there RSS available? With online content, I prefer to pull rather than subscribe to push.
Lee Bennett (ATPM Staff) · December 20, 2002 - 16:42 EST #5
Erik - yes, we sure do have an RSS feed. The link is up above on this page.
Bob Conaway · December 22, 2002 - 10:54 EST #6
I changed servers and missed a couple of issues. I enjoyed ATPM.
Ilbert Walker · November 6, 2003 - 15:06 EST #7
You guys are unbelievable! What a wealth of helpful knowledge for Mac users, and all for free! Where's the snag? Maybe there IS a free lunch, after all!

Congrats, and keep up the excellent work, guys. Thanks a bunch!
Matt · July 20, 2004 - 17:17 EST #8
I've been reading ATPM since 2001 and only now am subscribing. Don't know why I haven't done thins before. Anyway, ATPM is better than any paper Mac magazine I've purchased, and remembers that not everyone upgrades the split second Apple released new hardware.

Lately I've gone back to the beginning, reading the issues from 1995. How is RD Novo? does he still have anything to do with ATPM? and is Pokegenia still running?
jan vermijs · October 3, 2004 - 16:35 EST #9
first time here, great site!!!
Hadi Faraj · March 14, 2005 - 07:22 EST #10
you have a wealth of helpful knowledge for mac users
thank you
Ruchi Dangwal · July 4, 2005 - 13:22 EST #11
I love you folks!!Your pictures are awesome!!!!I love ATPM!!!!!!!!
Jack · February 5, 2006 - 01:13 EST #12
David Blumenstein rules!!!! He makes me want to be a better person
lord luka · March 28, 2006 - 10:17 EST #13
thank you hope to hear from you soon,l can i get some of your magazines
ATPM Staff · March 28, 2006 - 10:40 EST #14
Luka - of course you can get prior issues, but remember they are only published digitally—not print. Just click the Archives link at the top of the page and you can access every issue.
Gale Leitch · April 19, 2006 - 04:08 EST #15
I suffer from a disability. Your articles are so clear that even I can understand this stuff. Thank you for your Mac File Sharing and Network Setup Options articles. Fantastic site and an excellent teacher!
Michael Chamberlain · August 31, 2006 - 19:40 EST #16
I stumbled on ATPM as I was surfing around in preparation for upgrading to a new powerbook, oops, macbook pro and thinking about what bag I would get with it. I appreciated reading opinion from REAL mac users and with them, found my way to the right rig. Thanks for the effort.
Amy Bradley · October 21, 2006 - 00:44 EST #17
Found this while Googling for images of Bird of Paradise flower (for a Graphic Design class project) and found the wonderful photo as shown on a quilting site that linked to here. As a true Machead (I have to use PCs too and am not happy about it) this looks like a site for me! And I am going to tell my husband too (maybe I'll send the story of how we got married, yes it's Apple related!)

Richard Schwager · July 5, 2007 - 09:56 EST #18
Why can't you make the change of an E-mail address a 1 step process
Michael Tsai (ATPM Staff) · July 5, 2007 - 09:59 EST #19
Richard: The mailing list software that we're using doesn't support that.