On 7/18/22 21:35, Michael D. Setzer II wrote:
Thanks for the reply. I have LibreOffice 18.104.22.168 version as
loaded by default for my Fedora 35 and also have
LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 downloaded from libreoffice.
With both I have tried a simple saved file with the word
test in it. File is saved. Have Tools / Options / Internet /
Email set to /usr/bin/WSENDTO (Thou I did also try using
the direct path to program as well.).
/usr/bin/WSENDTO has this.
echo $0 $1 $2 $3
Strange thing is that absolutely nothing happens. No box
opens, and nothing in way of a error message is showing
up.. But with my simple macro - running it opens the
email client and has the document attached with no
LO doesn't actually call /usr/bin/WSENDTO with the document's pathname
as an argument (as one might expect). What rather happens, for better
or worse (see CmdMailSuppl::sendSimpleMailMessage at
is that LO calls its senddoc helper script (see
with lots of arguments, among them `--mailclient` `/usr/bin/WSENDTO`.
And that senddoc script then tries to guess from the given mail client's
basename what program that is, and knows how to pass it along all the
other arguments, potentially specifying the mail's to, cc, body,
attachment, etc. But that senddoc script doesn't know anything about a
mail client with basename WSENDTO, so gives up and tries something like
xdg-email instead, but which apparently doesn't lead to any success with
your setup, either.
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