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Maxemom reviewed on 08 Apr 2011
After trying just about every small biz accounting apps out there, and after 2 years now, Money clearly serves our needs best.

Easy to set-up, elegant and intuitive to use on a daily basis, and dependable. We are very pleased to have found this app for our (2) separate small businesses (Photography Studio and small wholesale distribution co.).

Also impressive are the regular updates and improvements. Keep up the good work !
[Version 4.0 beta 4]


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Maxemom replied on 08 Apr 2011
Opps, my bad ! The above is actually a review of the current version (Money 3), and not of the Beta version which we haven't yet tried. Sorry !
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Maxemom reviewed on 24 Mar 2010
SpamSieve has been working very reliably for my (small / 5 email accounts) business, and I appreciate the developer's regular updates.

I've tried (3) different such spam apps before "finding" SpamSieve and, after 1+ year of usage, I find it to be quite effective, while remaining fairly unobtrusive.
[Version 2.8]



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maxemom reviewed on 11 Aug 2009
An interesting thing has happened to me: I have practically "lived" in MS Excel and MS Word during most of my work days for 12+ years now, finding MS Office somewhat bloated and not the most nimble software, but useable and getting the job done nonetheless for the most part, then I sort of "stumbled" upon NeoOffice (more or less by accident) several months ago (as a favor to one of my family member who had asked me to evaluate the whole suite for her).

Not only was I able to transition seamlessly on a wide variety of large Excel sheets, as well as MS Word brochures, booklets and contracts, but I've had (and felt) no need to "return" to MS Office... for 2 months now.

NeoOffice (and the docs you feed it) are quite nimble and stable, plenty powerful for my (probably above average) needs, and has not left me wanting for features to get my work done. At this time, I can't find a reason why I would need to "go back"...

Also in my opinion, comparing the iWork suite to NeoOffice is a bit like comparing a BMW to a Kia Rio: iWork is fine if you just need a car to go to your local supermarket everyday, butI can assure you that, for my professional needs, Pages and Tables would barely get me out of the driveway !
Staying with the same analogy, The MS Office suite is probably a Hummer !

We need to be extremely grateful to the people behind NeoOffice.org: They've put together a superb set of intuitive, productive and stable tools, which are basically free !
The frequent updates are a (very mild) inconvenience, and I appreciate the ongoing improvements.

Just my 2 cents... (In case you are wondering: I am not connected in any way to the NeoOffice people, except as a grateful recipient of all their hard work).
[Version 3.0 patch 7]



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maxemom commented on 06 Aug 2009
An interesting thing has happened to me: I have practically "lived" in MS Excel and MS Word during most of my work days for 12+ years now, finding MS Office somewhat "bloated" and not the most nimble software, but useable and getting the job done nonetheless for the most part, then I sort of "stumbled" upon NeoOffice (more or less by accident) a couple of months ago (as a favor to one of my family member who had asked me to evaluate it for her).

Not only was I able to transition seamlessly on a wide variety of large Excel sheets, as well as MS Word brochures, booklets and contracts, but I've had (and felt) no need to "return" to MS Office... for 2 months now.

NeoOffice (and the docs you feed it) are quite nimble and stable, plenty powerful for my (probably above average) needs, and has not left me wanting for features to get my work done. At this time, I can't find a reason why I would need to "go back"...

Just my 2 cents...
[Version 12.2.1]



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maxemom commented on 14 Jun 2009
In response to the developer comments above: Perhaps you could indicate to us just where on your site did you "hide" your apps' screen shots ? Just like Kosovar1 above, I've spend 15+ minutes clicking on every possible link on your site's various windows to find these screenshots.

Is this like a treasure hunt ? Do we get a reward if we find them ? Or maybe if we are too dumb to find them, maybe we don't deserve the privilege of being one of your customer (like an exclusive club or something)?

Seriously, have you visited other developer's sites? You'll find that, when a developer is proud of her / his work, a few screen shots are usually found on the index page (or at least a click away !).
[Version 1.9.7]



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