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Re: [tdf-discuss] Example: Strange OpenOffice Email from a new universe


On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 15:27, Joe Rotello wrote:
On the subject of an example of the Email received...

Here's my initially-received copy. I include the header info for ones
perusal.
Note that I only "x'ed" out the 32 character password that they sent for
privacy, otherwise it is pristine in what I received.

Although I find it of interest to note that it originated from
 "nobody@openoffice.org", I suspect this is the first of many that will be
sent by this now splinter(?) group.

Did you do ANY reading at all about this?  It's not a "splinter"
group... From the main OOo website, you get a link to
http://kenai.com/projects/ooo-migration/pages/Home  This is a project
that has been on the go for a long time (almost 2 years since its
start).  The OOo site was moved off the old hosting infrastructure to
a new one.  The email you and everyone else who had an OOo account
received was to let you know your account was moved and reset....
nothing more.  No splinter group.  No funny marketing attempts.
Nothing more than the simple fact that the OOo user accounts were
moved to the new server and letting everyone know so each user could
assign a new password.

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