Apple has been trying to shoehorn itself into the enterprise business market for a long time. It threw in the towel for server hardware back in 2010. Now Apple is surrendering its macOS server business. A post on Apple's support forum details plans to stop supporting and deprecate Calendar, Contacts, DHCP, DNS, Mail, Messages, NetInstall, VPN, Websites and Wiki. "A number of services will be deprecated, and will be hidden on new installations of an update to macOS Server coming in spring 2018," the statement said, and "These deprecated services will be removed in a future release of macOS Server, so those depending on them should consider alternatives, including hosted services."
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