Steps to reproduce:
1. Open a document (odt or docx doesn't matter)
2. Go to File -> Send -> Send document as e-mail
It spawns errors at the user to configure the local e-mail client. (set as default application) (and in my case, an additional JRE error)
This problem also applies to Impress, and could apply to Calc (not tested)
It would be useful to support Gmail, Outlook (aka Hotmail) and Yahoo! Mail. Maybe this should be implemented in the settings as mail provider (local applications and supported web services listed)
Operating System: Windows 8
Version: 220.127.116.11 release
As far as I know, Send as e-mail only works with default local mail clients..
Maybe that can be changed?
I am sure that major webmail providers will LOVE an interface for unattended mail sending, with attachments included!
(In reply to comment #1)
Yeah, that would already be a part of the solution.
(In reply to comment #2)
> I am sure that major webmail providers will LOVE an interface for unattended
> mail sending, with attachments included!
Unattended? So you call e-mail sending unattended, even with Thunderbird? :) Looking at Thunderbird, it also supports major webmail providers, why LibreOffice wouldn't be able? The core functionality of sending mails (SMTP) isn't that big. It only needs to be done.
Of course we'll need to setup the e-mail account in LibreOffice then before we can send e-mails (which is logical).