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[tdf-discuss] Re: Adding the browser to Libreoffice


-1 as well. Which board members did you talk to? I am suprized anny of them
would think it's a good idea.

Best,

Charles.
Le 9 nov. 2012 10:10, "Michael Stahl" <mstahl@redhat.com> a écrit :

On 09/11/12 07:17, khagaroth wrote:
-1.

If you want to add something new instead of improving the current
functionality, the only thing that would make sense is an Outlook
counterpart. That's the only thing that's missing for a complete
office suite.

i wonder why people say that an office suite needs to have an email
client: is that only because Microsoft Office includes one?

having never been a user of Microsoft Office: what specifically are the
benefits of having an email client in the suite that are not currently
supported in LibreOffice by its various Send As Email / Mail Merge /
Address Book integration etc. features that are configurable to work
with a number of external mail clients such as Thunderbird, Evolution,
etc.?

surely nobody actually wants to embed a mail client into a Writer
document as an OLE object?


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