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I use LibreOffice 3.4.5, and Opera 12.02 as a mail client, running Linux Mint Debian Edition 201204. LibreOffice has a "send document as email" command. Searching the web, I see it works fine with some other mail clients (Thunderbird, etc.) on Linux. But when I try it, I get the error message:
 
"LibreOffice was unable to find a working e-mail configuration. Please save this document locally instead and attach it from within your e-mail client."
 
The relevant configuration appears to be found at Tools - Options - Internet - Email. I've tried "opera", "/usr/bin/opera", and  "/usr/bin/opera --remote 'openComposer(new-window)'" (all without the double quotes). All of the above work from the terminal, and the latter (taken from Opera's documentation) opens a new message composition window, but none make LibreOffice's error go away.
 
Searching the web, this list, and LibreOffice's Get Help references turns up nothing relevant.
 
I'm out of ideas. Does anyone know how to make LibreOffice and Opera Mail play together?
Anthony Easthope Anthony Easthope
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Thats a tricky one. I don't exactly have a solution to the opera problem
but it might be best to associate the email client (Thunderbird maybe?)
as the default. From the best of my knowledge the opera browser can not
become associated with the *.eml format which Thunderbird & Evolution
use? -- As an aside what is the reason your using the M2 Client? from my
own experience it has loads of issues and is not as half as good as
thunderbird or evolution for that matter

I almost feel like I am talking through a hole in my head.
On Sun, 16 Sep 2012, at 12:10 AM, wpost wrote:

> I use LibreOffice 3.4.5, and Opera 12.02 as a mail client, running Linux
> Mint
> Debian Edition 201204. LibreOffice has a "send document as email"
> command.
> Searching the web, I see it works fine with some other mail clients
> (Thunderbird, etc.) on Linux. But when I try it, I get the error message:
>  
> "LibreOffice was unable to find a working e-mail configuration. Please
> save
> this document locally instead and attach it from within your e-mail
> client."
>  
> The relevant configuration appears to be found at Tools - Options -
> Internet
> - Email. I've tried "opera", "/usr/bin/opera", and  "/usr/bin/opera
> --remote
> 'openComposer(new-window)'" (all without the double quotes). All of the
> above work from the terminal, and the latter (taken from Opera's
> documentation) opens a new message composition window, but none make
> LibreOffice's error go away.
>  
> Searching the web, this list, and LibreOffice's Get Help references turns
> up
> nothing relevant.
>  
> I'm out of ideas. Does anyone know how to make LibreOffice and Opera Mail
> play together?
>
>
>
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2012/9/16 Anthony Easthope <[hidden email]>

> Thats a tricky one. I don't exactly have a solution to the opera problem
> but it might be best to associate the email client (Thunderbird maybe?)
> as the default. From the best of my knowledge the opera browser can not
> become associated with the *.eml format which Thunderbird & Evolution
> use? -- As an aside what is the reason your using the M2 Client? from my
> own experience it has loads of issues and is not as half as good as
> thunderbird or evolution for that matter
>
> I almost feel like I am talking through a hole in my head.
> On Sun, 16 Sep 2012, at 12:10 AM, wpost wrote:
> > I use LibreOffice 3.4.5, and Opera 12.02 as a mail client, running Linux
> > Mint
> > Debian Edition 201204. LibreOffice has a "send document as email"
> > command.
> > Searching the web, I see it works fine with some other mail clients
> > (Thunderbird, etc.) on Linux. But when I try it, I get the error message:
> >
> > "LibreOffice was unable to find a working e-mail configuration. Please
> > save
> > this document locally instead and attach it from within your e-mail
> > client."
> >
> > The relevant configuration appears to be found at Tools - Options -
> > Internet
> > - Email. I've tried "opera", "/usr/bin/opera", and  "/usr/bin/opera
> > --remote
> > 'openComposer(new-window)'" (all without the double quotes). All of the
> > above work from the terminal, and the latter (taken from Opera's
> > documentation) opens a new message composition window, but none make
> > LibreOffice's error go away.
> >
> > Searching the web, this list, and LibreOffice's Get Help references turns
> > up
> > nothing relevant.
> >
> > I'm out of ideas. Does anyone know how to make LibreOffice and Opera Mail
> > play together?
>

A feature I should greatly like to see in LibreOffice is one allowing a
user to choose a webmail service, e g, Gmail, as the default, rather than
an email client like Thunderbird or Evolution. This is easily done on, say,
Ubuntu, by installing the Gnome Gmail package ; it would be wonderful if
one of the LibreOffice developers could modify this package or create a
different one which would resolve this problem for LibreOffice users....

Henri

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On 09/16/2012 07:15 AM, M Henri Day wrote:

> 2012/9/16 Anthony Easthope <[hidden email]>
>
>> Thats a tricky one. I don't exactly have a solution to the opera problem
>> but it might be best to associate the email client (Thunderbird maybe?)
>> as the default. From the best of my knowledge the opera browser can not
>> become associated with the *.eml format which Thunderbird & Evolution
>> use? -- As an aside what is the reason your using the M2 Client? from my
>> own experience it has loads of issues and is not as half as good as
>> thunderbird or evolution for that matter
>>
>> I almost feel like I am talking through a hole in my head.
>> On Sun, 16 Sep 2012, at 12:10 AM, wpost wrote:
>>> I use LibreOffice 3.4.5, and Opera 12.02 as a mail client, running Linux
>>> Mint
>>> Debian Edition 201204. LibreOffice has a "send document as email"
>>> command.
>>> Searching the web, I see it works fine with some other mail clients
>>> (Thunderbird, etc.) on Linux. But when I try it, I get the error message:
>>>
>>> "LibreOffice was unable to find a working e-mail configuration. Please
>>> save
>>> this document locally instead and attach it from within your e-mail
>>> client."
>>>
>>> The relevant configuration appears to be found at Tools - Options -
>>> Internet
>>> - Email. I've tried "opera", "/usr/bin/opera", and  "/usr/bin/opera
>>> --remote
>>> 'openComposer(new-window)'" (all without the double quotes). All of the
>>> above work from the terminal, and the latter (taken from Opera's
>>> documentation) opens a new message composition window, but none make
>>> LibreOffice's error go away.
>>>
>>> Searching the web, this list, and LibreOffice's Get Help references turns
>>> up
>>> nothing relevant.
>>>
>>> I'm out of ideas. Does anyone know how to make LibreOffice and Opera Mail
>>> play together?
> A feature I should greatly like to see in LibreOffice is one allowing a
> user to choose a webmail service, e g, Gmail, as the default, rather than
> an email client like Thunderbird or Evolution. This is easily done on, say,
> Ubuntu, by installing the Gnome Gmail package ; it would be wonderful if
> one of the LibreOffice developers could modify this package or create a
> different one which would resolve this problem for LibreOffice users....
>
> Henri

       In order to use a webmail service with LO, it would have to
create its own email client that would connect to the webmail service.
Considering the number of email clients already available that will do
this, this seems to be redundant to me. I use Thunderbird as my email
client to connect to a webmail service, and LO works well with it.
      Unfortunately, I have no experience with opera as an email client,
so I can not comment about the OP's problem.

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       yes, I agree - that is a great idea.

       The only way, I know, is to allow LO to open whatever, then save the
attachment, then add this attachment to the correct e-mail.



On Sun, Sep 16, 2012 at 6:15 AM, M Henri Day <[hidden email]> wrote:

2012/9/16 Anthony Easthope <[hidden email]>

>
> > Thats a tricky one. I don't exactly have a solution to the opera problem
> > but it might be best to associate the email client (Thunderbird maybe?)
> > as the default. From the best of my knowledge the opera browser can not
> > become associated with the *.eml format which Thunderbird & Evolution
> > use? -- As an aside what is the reason your using the M2 Client? from my
> > own experience it has loads of issues and is not as half as good as
> > thunderbird or evolution for that matter
> >
> > I almost feel like I am talking through a hole in my head.
> > On Sun, 16 Sep 2012, at 12:10 AM, wpost wrote:
> > > I use LibreOffice 3.4.5, and Opera 12.02 as a mail client, running
> Linux
> > > Mint
> > > Debian Edition 201204. LibreOffice has a "send document as email"
> > > command.
> > > Searching the web, I see it works fine with some other mail clients
> > > (Thunderbird, etc.) on Linux. But when I try it, I get the error
> message:
> > >
> > > "LibreOffice was unable to find a working e-mail configuration. Please
> > > save
> > > this document locally instead and attach it from within your e-mail
> > > client."
> > >
> > > The relevant configuration appears to be found at Tools - Options -
> > > Internet
> > > - Email. I've tried "opera", "/usr/bin/opera", and  "/usr/bin/opera
> > > --remote
> > > 'openComposer(new-window)'" (all without the double quotes). All of the
> > > above work from the terminal, and the latter (taken from Opera's
> > > documentation) opens a new message composition window, but none make
> > > LibreOffice's error go away.
> > >
> > > Searching the web, this list, and LibreOffice's Get Help references
> turns
> > > up
> > > nothing relevant.
> > >
> > > I'm out of ideas. Does anyone know how to make LibreOffice and Opera
> Mail
> > > play together?
> >
>
> A feature I should greatly like to see in LibreOffice is one allowing a
> user to choose a webmail service, e g, Gmail, as the default, rather than
> an email client like Thunderbird or Evolution. This is easily done on, say,
> Ubuntu, by installing the Gnome Gmail package ; it would be wonderful if
> one of the LibreOffice developers could modify this package or create a
> different one which would resolve this problem for LibreOffice users....
>
> Henri
>

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There is a great little programme in Windows called Affixa. Just need
something similar for Linux really.......

On 17 September 2012 17:07, anne-ology <[hidden email]> wrote:

>        yes, I agree - that is a great idea.
>
>        The only way, I know, is to allow LO to open whatever, then save the
> attachment, then add this attachment to the correct e-mail.
>
>
>
> On Sun, Sep 16, 2012 at 6:15 AM, M Henri Day <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> 2012/9/16 Anthony Easthope <[hidden email]>
> >
> > > Thats a tricky one. I don't exactly have a solution to the opera
> problem
> > > but it might be best to associate the email client (Thunderbird maybe?)
> > > as the default. From the best of my knowledge the opera browser can not
> > > become associated with the *.eml format which Thunderbird & Evolution
> > > use? -- As an aside what is the reason your using the M2 Client? from
> my
> > > own experience it has loads of issues and is not as half as good as
> > > thunderbird or evolution for that matter
> > >
> > > I almost feel like I am talking through a hole in my head.
> > > On Sun, 16 Sep 2012, at 12:10 AM, wpost wrote:
> > > > I use LibreOffice 3.4.5, and Opera 12.02 as a mail client, running
> > Linux
> > > > Mint
> > > > Debian Edition 201204. LibreOffice has a "send document as email"
> > > > command.
> > > > Searching the web, I see it works fine with some other mail clients
> > > > (Thunderbird, etc.) on Linux. But when I try it, I get the error
> > message:
> > > >
> > > > "LibreOffice was unable to find a working e-mail configuration.
> Please
> > > > save
> > > > this document locally instead and attach it from within your e-mail
> > > > client."
> > > >
> > > > The relevant configuration appears to be found at Tools - Options -
> > > > Internet
> > > > - Email. I've tried "opera", "/usr/bin/opera", and  "/usr/bin/opera
> > > > --remote
> > > > 'openComposer(new-window)'" (all without the double quotes). All of
> the
> > > > above work from the terminal, and the latter (taken from Opera's
> > > > documentation) opens a new message composition window, but none make
> > > > LibreOffice's error go away.
> > > >
> > > > Searching the web, this list, and LibreOffice's Get Help references
> > turns
> > > > up
> > > > nothing relevant.
> > > >
> > > > I'm out of ideas. Does anyone know how to make LibreOffice and Opera
> > Mail
> > > > play together?
> > >
> >
> > A feature I should greatly like to see in LibreOffice is one allowing a
> > user to choose a webmail service, e g, Gmail, as the default, rather than
> > an email client like Thunderbird or Evolution. This is easily done on,
> say,
> > Ubuntu, by installing the Gnome Gmail package ; it would be wonderful if
> > one of the LibreOffice developers could modify this package or create a
> > different one which would resolve this problem for LibreOffice users....
> >
> > Henri
> >
>
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Hi :)
Work-flow is much less smooth but it is a better method as it ensures you have an exact copy of what you sent.  Useful in case it needs to be re-sent or if there are disagreements about what was sent or if an update needs to be sent. 
Regards from
Tom :) 


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From: anne-ology <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Can't send document as e-mail attachment to Opera Mail
To: "Henri" <[hidden email]>
Cc: [hidden email]
Date: Monday, 17 September, 2012, 17:07

       yes, I agree - that is a great idea.

       The only way, I know, is to allow LO to open whatever, then save the
attachment, then add this attachment to the correct e-mail.



On Sun, Sep 16, 2012 at 6:15 AM, M Henri Day <[hidden email]> wrote:

2012/9/16 Anthony Easthope <[hidden email]>

>
> > Thats a tricky one. I don't exactly have a solution to the opera problem
> > but it might be best to associate the email client (Thunderbird maybe?)
> > as the default. From the best of my knowledge the opera browser can not
> > become associated with the *.eml format which Thunderbird & Evolution
> > use? -- As an aside what is the reason your using the M2 Client? from my
> > own experience it has loads of issues and is not as half as good as
> > thunderbird or evolution for that matter
> >
> > I almost feel like I am talking through a hole in my head.
> > On Sun, 16 Sep 2012, at 12:10 AM, wpost wrote:
> > > I use LibreOffice 3.4.5, and Opera 12.02 as a mail client, running
> Linux
> > > Mint
> > > Debian Edition 201204. LibreOffice has a "send document as email"
> > > command.
> > > Searching the web, I see it works fine with some other mail clients
> > > (Thunderbird, etc.) on Linux. But when I try it, I get the error
> message:
> > >
> > > "LibreOffice was unable to find a working e-mail configuration. Please
> > > save
> > > this document locally instead and attach it from within your e-mail
> > > client."
> > >
> > > The relevant configuration appears to be found at Tools - Options -
> > > Internet
> > > - Email. I've tried "opera", "/usr/bin/opera", and  "/usr/bin/opera
> > > --remote
> > > 'openComposer(new-window)'" (all without the double quotes). All of the
> > > above work from the terminal, and the latter (taken from Opera's
> > > documentation) opens a new message composition window, but none make
> > > LibreOffice's error go away.
> > >
> > > Searching the web, this list, and LibreOffice's Get Help references
> turns
> > > up
> > > nothing relevant.
> > >
> > > I'm out of ideas. Does anyone know how to make LibreOffice and Opera
> Mail
> > > play together?
> >
>
> A feature I should greatly like to see in LibreOffice is one allowing a
> user to choose a webmail service, e g, Gmail, as the default, rather than
> an email client like Thunderbird or Evolution. This is easily done on, say,
> Ubuntu, by installing the Gnome Gmail package ; it would be wonderful if
> one of the LibreOffice developers could modify this package or create a
> different one which would resolve this problem for LibreOffice users....
>
> Henri
>

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On Sat, September 15, 2012 10:13 pm, Anthony Easthope [via Document
Foundation Mail Archive] wrote:

> As an aside what is the reason your using the M2 Client? from my
> own experience it has loads of issues and is not as half as good as
> thunderbird or evolution for that matter

Sorry for the late reply; minor family drama.

Funny how different people have different opinions of software. Before
settling on Opera Mail (Opera seems to have retired the M2 name), I tried
Thunderbird and was totally unimpressed. That was a while ago and it may
have improved since then, but then it was slow, unreliable, and had
serious sorting and display issues on my Linux box. But I'll cheerfully
concede it has lots of satisfied users.

I used Evolution for several years. It certainly worked better for me than
Thunderbird. But aspiring to be a drop-in replacement for Outlook, it
can't help but be an 800 pound gorilla. And over time it seemed to be
getting heavier and buggier. I eventually found myself spending as much
time wrestling with Evolution's bugs and quirks as I did reading and
writing messages. So I guess it finally did become a drop-in replacement
for Outlook.

I briefly tried Claws Mail back when it was named Sylpheed Claws, and I
liked it. Were I to dump Opera Mail that would be at the top of my list.
But despite the bad reputation it has, I like Opera Mail. For me it works
quickly and reliably, and never chokes on my 40+ IMAP boxes and I don't
know how many thousands of archived messages.
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On 09/18/2012 07:47 PM, wpost wrote:

> On Sat, September 15, 2012 10:13 pm, Anthony Easthope [via Document
> Foundation Mail Archive] wrote:
>
>> As an aside what is the reason your using the M2 Client? from my
>> own experience it has loads of issues and is not as half as good as
>> thunderbird or evolution for that matter
> Sorry for the late reply; minor family drama.
>
> Funny how different people have different opinions of software. Before
> settling on Opera Mail (Opera seems to have retired the M2 name), I tried
> Thunderbird and was totally unimpressed. That was a while ago and it may
> have improved since then, but then it was slow, unreliable, and had
> serious sorting and display issues on my Linux box. But I'll cheerfully
> concede it has lots of satisfied users.
>
> I used Evolution for several years. It certainly worked better for me than
> Thunderbird. But aspiring to be a drop-in replacement for Outlook, it
> can't help but be an 800 pound gorilla. And over time it seemed to be
> getting heavier and buggier. I eventually found myself spending as much
> time wrestling with Evolution's bugs and quirks as I did reading and
> writing messages. So I guess it finally did become a drop-in replacement
> for Outlook.
>
> I briefly tried Claws Mail back when it was named Sylpheed Claws, and I
> liked it. Were I to dump Opera Mail that would be at the top of my list.
> But despite the bad reputation it has, I like Opera Mail. For me it works
> quickly and reliably, and never chokes on my 40+ IMAP boxes and I don't
> know how many thousands of archived messages.
      Of the 2 email clients, I prefer Thunderbird over Evolution, but
this is a personal viewpoint.
      I have a suggestion: Can Thunderbird be set up to just send emails
from LO while you continue to use Opera as your email client? You would
have to set up Thunderbird an email client for incoming and outgoing
mail, but you would not have to use it. Uncheck anything that applies to
downloading email (check for new messages at startup, check for new
messages every ___ minutes, and automatically download new messages).
      I have Seamonkey, Firefox, and Thunderbird installed. The latter
is my email client, and Seamonkey has the things I mentioned unchecked.
So it does not try to download any emails. I have set up Seamonkey as
the email client for LO, and it works.

--Dan

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On Tue, 18 Sep 2012 18:14:22 -0600, Dan Lewis [via Document Foundation  
Mail Archive] <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
>
>      I have a suggestion: Can Thunderbird be set up to just send emails
> from LO while you continue to use Opera as your email client? You would
> have to set up Thunderbird an email client for incoming and outgoing
> mail, but you would not have to use it. Uncheck anything that applies to
> downloading email (check for new messages at startup, check for new
> messages every ___ minutes, and automatically download new messages).

A brilliant, elegant workaround; one of those that leaves me saying "I  
wish I had thought of that". Thank you! I'll give it a try.

Is there a list somewhere of the mail clients LibreOffice supports on  
Linux? I know it does Thunderbird and Evolution; does it do anything else?  
Where I expected that to be documented was here:

http://help.libreoffice.org/swriter/cui%3AEdit%3ARID_SVXPAGE_INET_MAIL%3AED_MAILERURL?Language=en-US&System=UNIX&Version=3.5#bm_id7723014

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Hi :)
+1
That is brilliant!  I really think we should support Opera and encourage it's use more because they led the legal battle that led to greater freedom and choice of web-browsers in Windows.  If it's not as good as other web-browsers then it's because they dared to get bogged down in a legal battle to help all those that benefit from their actions.  If it is as good or better than add some kudos points to them for ethics. 

Errr, sadly i tend to use Seamonkey or Firefox but now i'm thinking about installing Opera to quite a lot of the machines i use. 
Regards from
Tom :)






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> From: wpost <[hidden email]>
>To: [hidden email]
>Sent: Wednesday, 19 September 2012, 4:43
>Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: Can't send document as e-mail attachment to Opera Mail
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>On Tue, 18 Sep 2012 18:14:22 -0600, Dan Lewis [via Document Foundation 
>Mail Archive] <[hidden email]> wrote:
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>>      I have a suggestion: Can Thunderbird be set up to just send emails
>> from LO while you continue to use Opera as your email client? You would
>> have to set up Thunderbird an email client for incoming and outgoing
>> mail, but you would not have to use it. Uncheck anything that applies to
>> downloading email (check for new messages at startup, check for new
>> messages every ___ minutes, and automatically download new messages).
>
>A brilliant, elegant workaround; one of those that leaves me saying "I 
>wish I had thought of that". Thank you! I'll give it a try.
>
>Is there a list somewhere of the mail clients LibreOffice supports on 
>Linux? I know it does Thunderbird and Evolution; does it do anything else? 
>Where I expected that to be documented was here:
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>http://help.libreoffice.org/swriter/cui%3AEdit%3ARID_SVXPAGE_INET_MAIL%3AED_MAILERURL?Language=en-US&System=UNIX&Version=3.5#bm_id7723014
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