From the PocketMac team! I have no affiliation with them.
Looks like RIM is hosting the software now.
Research In Motion has just released Version 4.0 of PocketMac for BlackBerry. The instructions for downloading it are below.
I also wanted to let you know what's new in this great release:
What's New In This Release?
Application Loading--Now, PocketMac for BlackBerry can install 3rd party applications and games directly from your Mac to your BlackBerry.
E-Mail Synchronization--You can sync your email messages from either Mail.app or Microsoft Entourage back and forth from your Mac and Blackberry.
MeetingMaker Support--With this new release, MeetingMaker users can synchronize data between MeetingMaker and your BlackBerry.
IBM Lotus® Notes® Support--You can now synchronize data between Lotus Notes and your BlackBerry handheld.
Intel Duo Mac support--You can run this version on both PowerPC and Intel Macs.
3rd Party Software Store--We've included special links to a PocketMac customers-only 3rd party software store with software that we've made sure will work from your Mac to your BlackBerry.
Support for The BlackBerry Pearl--with this new version, you'll be able to map the MicroSD memory card as an external USB Mass Storage device on your desktop, allowing you to transfer music, pictures, videos and much more.
Support for syncing with the new 8700 and 8703 devices, too!
How Do I Download This New Release?
Step 1: Click Here (or copy to your browser) To Start The Downloading Process: http://www.blackberry.com/support/downloads/index.shtml
Step 2: Click On The "Download" Link
When you get to the download software page, click on the "Download" BlackBerry Desktop Software link
Step 3: Choose "PocketMac v4.0 for BlackBerry"
Select "PocketMac v4.0 for BlackBerry" from the choice of software products to download. Click "Next"
Step 4: Click "Download Software"
The final step is simple. Just click the "Download Software" link (again highlighted in yellow in the picture).
What About Technical Support?
Starting with version 4.0, you are now eligible for support directly from Research in Motion, here: http://www.blackberry.com/support/index.shtml
Of course, you can always visit us for support any time, too. Were still available in our web-based and phone support options, here: http://www.pocketmac.net/support.htm
Thank you so much for your patience and loyalty,
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