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On 2011/02/28 5:13 PM  Tom Davies wrote:
From: Larry Gusaas<>
Sent: Mon, 28 February, 2011 20:13:40
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: Send document from LO 3.3.1 on OSX seems to
produce no response

On 2011/02/28 12:47 PM  Marc Grober wrote:
Nope,  tried all those variations - two real options; a) you invoke the
package which results in TBird coming forward, but no envelope, or b)
you invoke the binary, in which case you get an error message no matter
the flags indicatin that there is already a copy running. OSX does not
have a shell file I believe (at least not a like unix.)
There is a long standing bug report on this for Thunderbird. It is now marked as
"Resolved Fixed" but doesn't seem to be integrated into current version of
Thunderbird. (or not actually fixed) See:


Hi :)
It looks as though there are still 2 more steps.
1. The fix/patch needs to be beta tested or QA have to "Verify" it.  There might
be a way for you to be one of the  beta testers but i don't know how.
2. The fix/patch needs to be released.

Regards from
Tom :)
Please fix your quote attribution. Everything I previously wrote appears to be attributed to you. If I hadn't included my name in my previous post it would be easy to assume you wrote it.

Larry I. Gusaas
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada
"An artist is never ahead of his time but most people are far behind theirs." - Edgard Varese

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