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Hi :)
Sorry but the mailing list takes off attachments.  

You could use Nabble to reply to one of the mesages in your thread by either
just clicking on the links in this email or by navigating to the LibreOffice
website and then navigating through the 
Main Site - Help - Nabble
and then find the one with your subject-line (ie it's easier to list click
on the links but i know a lot of people never trust links)  

In Nabble when you start writing your reply in the message box you might
notice a bar with buttons and one of them is "More".  The top option is
"upload a file" which works much the same as attaching things to emails. 
It's even got a "browse" button.  It places a bit of html code into the
message and you can move that around a bit if you like.  

You can use some other Cloud service such as Dropbox or something and then
put your own link into your email but it's just a whole lot easier with
Nabble once you have had a quick play around with it.  

Btw does the error say "Do you want to recover a previously worked-on
document" or something like that?  If so then you can usually just click on
"Cancel" without problems.  
Regards from 
Tom :)  

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