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Re: Lotus Domino 6.0 and Above
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Lotus Domino 6.0 and Above
- From: Martín Marconcini <martin_(_dot_)_marconcini_(_at_)_jaskus_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 12:41:46 +0200
Listen, mister Fabio Olive Leite, i don't know you, and i don't care, yet
your post is completely irrelevant. Now tell me:
>> Thanks to all those who responded. To avoid trolling [...]
And what are you saying here? Why wasting time with this?
>> users now have the power of Domino and the whole infrastructure.
>Ah, ok. This is really convincing. You know, who wouldn't want to have
>the whole infrastructure?
What does this has to do with the topic? If you don't want the Domino
infrastructure, get POP/IMAP/ETC. If you don't need the power of photoshop
use Paint. There ARE alternatives. I am not asking for an opinion.
>> I am not trolling, but I just wanted to know if anybody had experience
>> with Domino under *bsd.
>Nooo no, you're not trolling. We can all see that.
And what is this again, trolling means being completely id10t and closed
mind about an idea. This hasn't happened so far in this thread. Until you
added these kind of comments, which add nothing but bytes to the thread.
>> So, now that we all know that *BSD in general has no Domino support,
>> have to use an alternative OS (Linux comes into my mind)
If you find a way to run Domino under openBSD, let me know, in the
meantime i have to stick with what I have.
>> pst: i'm not a domino-zealot, far from it. [...]
>Yeah, of course. We can see that in your arguments.
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