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Le 12-04-11 03:03 AM, Gordon Burgess-Parker a écrit :
On 09/04/2012 13:01, Gordon Burgess-Parker wrote:
I am trying to send a mail-merged document direct to email and some
rather baffling occurrences present themselves.
1. It seems that LO uses it's own mail sending function rather than
the default email client that is installed on my machine! What on earth
is that all about? Why doesn't it just call my default email client?
2. As my email address is GMail, the GMail smtp server uses TLS
There is NO option to select TLS for the sept server in the built-in
LO mailing function.
So it seems that I cannot mail merge a document from LO direct to email.
OK, if no-one's going to respond to this, where do I file a bug for this?
Using GMail for a mail merge campaign is probably not ideal, there are
In any case, I'd agree this is a missing configuration option. You can
follow this process to file a bug report:
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