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Which version of .doc is the file being exported as? There are several of them, based on the different version of Office that they came from.

I wonder if the file is exported properly.

Yes, please use the other system, Nabble, to get the file to people, since this list strips attached files.

To be honest, I never heard of Atlassian Confluence. What are you using it for?

On 07/20/2012 12:00 PM, Jay Lozier wrote:

On 07/20/2012 11:51 AM, Paul Keir wrote:

I am trying out Atlassian Confluence, which allows the pages it manages to be exported in Word format (.doc). If I load such a file in Word, it works, but LibreOffice will instead first provide a "ASCII Filter Options" popup, and then opens the document as if it were a raw ASCII text file. Here is the start of the file (the entire file is attached):

Please post the file on Nabble or somewhere "public" and post link to the list. Attachments are stripped from the list.

The contents start as:

Message-ID: <>
Subject: Exported From Confluence
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/related;


It reminds me of an email. Does anyone know whatkind of file this is? Can it be opened as a Word doc. in LibreOffice?


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