Dear Lifehacker, I'm a .Mac (aka MobileMe) user. I sync all my calendars, contacts, mail, etc. with MobileMe. On the other hand I've an iTunes account registered on another email address. So how can I migrate to iCloud, using "Music and Apps in the Cloud" but still using my old MobileMe Address to sync all the other stuff? Thanks a lot. iConfused
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