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On 27/02/11 03:18, Howard Barr wrote:
On 27/02/2011 00:54, Italo Vignoli wrote:
Any chance of getting a copy of such emails? I would like to
understand a little bit more. Thanks.

Italo Vignoli
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On 26/feb/2011, at 15:21, Joe Rotello<> wrote:


Subject:: Receipt of Strange OpenOffice Email from a new universe

A lot of us past users are getting Emails now from inviting us to a "new" OpenOffice universe.

Overall, this is going to confuse the living daylights out of a great
many OpenSource users, of which we are observing the likes of the
better LibreOffice 3.3.1 and now Emails regaling us about OpenOffice
3.3.0 that now seems much inferior.

The latter group's Email is downright confusing, expounds on a lot of
hodge-podge information, almost not making sense.

Just a heads-up that such Email is floating around the great ether,
and is dropping into a great many Email-boxes.

WindowGroup /Knoxville , TN / USA
Skype: joerotello

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I can forward it to you?



Here is copy of my email I just received today...

Your account has been migrated to the new infrastructure.

Personally I don't think this email can be confused with anything that libreoffice is distributing.


SUBJECT: Welcome to

Here are your new account credentials:

Username: [removed]
Password: [removed]

You will be asked to change your password when you login for the first time.

Welcome to the new website!

The Team


Cheers Simon

   Simon Cropper
   Principal Consultant
   Botanicus Australia Pty Ltd
   PO Box 160, Sunshine, VIC

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