Like it or not, Apple plays a critical part in the app-based economy these
days. Part of this is having an Apple Developer account in order to release
apps to the App Store™️, and in order to get an Apple Developer account you
need an Apple ID. In order for the Apple ID to be able to become an Apple
Developer account, it needs to be considered to be “over 18”, even if it’s a
company account and a Date of Birth makes no sense whatsoever. This is where
I got stuck.
I’m not a fan of Microsoft’s solutions for mail (Exchange, Outlook,
Outlook Web Access, etc) because they simply aren’t as smooth as other
alternatives. In my case, my weapon of choice is Gmail for all my mail.
Unless you really like the old-school style popup windows and Web 1.0
feel of Microsoft’s options, you’re probably opting for something else,
too. Now, there’s no helping my institutional mail account as they’ve
disabled all standards-compliant forms of access (POP, IMAP, SMTP; short
of going down the route of DavMail). But, that said, there is …