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Hello Diane,

On 07/04/11 17:25, Diane Marie wrote:
I have no idea what this means: "LibreOffice doesn't include an email client. I
would suggest you try out Mozilla Thunderbird instead :-)

Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express are just email clients. Email clients are just programs that you run on your own computer, which download your email for you so you can read it. The alternative to using an email client is using "webmail" - viewing your email on the web somewhere, like Hotmail or Gmail.

So what I was saying was no, LibreOffice does not include an email "module" as you called it (it's more accurate to call them applications than modules).

And I was suggesting that if you want an alternative email client to any flavour of Outlook, you could try Thunderbird, which is a widely used, mature application developed by Mozilla, who also make the Firefox web browser.

To get a response to my original question, I enabled MS outlook Espress. That
didn't work?

I don't know what you mean here. But in any case, this mailing list is not for help with Outlook or general tech support, so if you're having a problem with Outlook you'll have to ask elsewhere.



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