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Hi all,

here is a proposal from Ron that reached me by PM (because his original
mail was not moderated to the projects list yet.


-------- Original-Nachricht --------
Betreff:        [libreoffice-projects] Translation of default response to
user-question on wrong channel
Datum:  Tue, 20 Nov 2012 06:57:19 -0600
Von:    Ron Faile <>
An:     Andreas Mantke <>

Andreas, I sent this email to the Projects mailing list, but it hasn't 
been moderated through yet. It's a slight rewording of your email 
template. Please feel free to use/reword it if you like. Thanks.




I've looked at the default response and here is how I would word the 


Thank you very much for your e-mail and your interest in LibreOffice.

Due to the popularity of the free office suite, we receive
many requests for support each day. Unfortunately, we can't reply
personally to every e-mail, as our involvement with the project is
completely on a volunteer basis. We would like to point you to the 
broader community of LibreOffice support, much of which is provided 
through a variety of mailing lists to support its users. Our mailing 
lists can be accessed at:

Please send your question or comment to the appropriate list and you 
will usually receive a quick reply.

Other options for help include our Nabble interface at:

and our Ask LibreOffice forum at:

If your question remains unanswered after consulting these resources, 
please feel free to write again.

Thank you for your interest in LibreOffice and we hope it is a useful 
and enjoyable tool for you to use.

The LibreOffice Team

End template.

I'm a native English speaker, but feel free to modify my revisions as 

Ron Faile Jr.

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