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open office mail problem sending


johnnyrocker
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i used to be able to do this before when one composes a letter could select file/send to.

now the problem is i get a message saying no e mail facility etc, can someone please advise how i can fix?

XP pro firefox 20

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Woolwell

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What email client are you using and set as default?

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johnnyrocker

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outlook express but none set in open office

thanks for help

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Woolwell

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Is OE set as default email client? It may have lost its default status due to Firefox. You do not set it in Office.

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johnnyrocker

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i have not set it in open office"" what i need is to be told how do i do it?

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Woolwell

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It's a while since I used XP. Read set oE as default. There should not be any settings in Open Office to change. Check that OE is default email client and then try file send again.

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johnnyrocker

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my thanks for the very useful tip and website it appears ok now

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