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Thu 20 Apr 2006

Postfix Enabler in Japanese

Category : Technology/PFEinJapanese.txt

I've got a Japanese localisation for Postfix Enabler. At last! Thanks very much to Takashi Yoshida, who helped us get it done.

It was originally undertaken by Chiang Hai Hwee, who has put her weekends attending Japanese classes to some use. But she was afraid she'd be mauling the Japanese language so we sent it to Makoto Imai for comments, and encouragement, and then to Takashi Yoshida, who helped us to edit, correct and polish it.

So, here it is, on version 1.2.1 of Postfix Enabler :

I've been hoping to get this done for a long time, if only to thank the many Japanese users of Postfix Enabler, and offer them their own localisation.

As they say in the books the author, that is me, takes responsibility for all errors and omissions. All praise go to the translators and all brickbats come to me.

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