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Comment from: Nisar Ahmed [Visitor]
Nisar Ahmed

Good work… appreciated…

10/06/12 @ 08:35
Comment from: josef betancourt [Visitor]
josef betancourt

Does this apply to blog posts too? :)

05/11/12 @ 10:39
Comment from: E.R. [Visitor]

Funny, I clicked on the toaster home, and they still do not have a description on their website.

19/02/13 @ 14:46
Comment from: jp [Visitor]

Now I’ve got to go out and find me a brick layer or accountant to explain it – I can’t make head or tails of the description.

15/05/13 @ 17:14
Comment from: jm [Visitor]
13/06/13 @ 00:34
Comment from: davidnewcomb [Member]  

That page (also included in the blog entry) just says it’s a mail server and then it spends the rest of the description babbling on about the fact it supports RPMs! Most distributions do anyway so there is no differentiation here!

If it’s just a mail server, why don’t I just use Sendmail? Or Qmail? From the description, what makes this project worth switching over to? Nothing!

13/06/13 @ 12:27
Comment from: Ed Graham [Visitor]
Ed Graham

I agree entirely, although I think your answer on Stack Overflow regarding Apache Camel was much clearer than the one you gave here:

20/02/15 @ 12:23

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