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From Jacques Le Roux <jacques.le.r...@les7arts.com>
Subject Re: interested in your product
Date Tue, 24 Sep 2013 17:11:08 GMT
Initially this was only to get a way to tweak OE which is pretty low on features options
I got a bit more involved than I wanted but, after some experiments, I still like what I have

Thanks for support :D

Ted Byers wrote:
> Sounds like a lot more pain than I would be willing to endure for a
> little over a month.  As I have told some of the junior programmers
> here, it helps to have a 25 lb sledge hammer handy.  That way, when
> the technology is misbehaving, you can threaten it and mean it.  And
> venting is very therapeutic, though not so good for the pocket book.
> ;-)
> Cheers
> Ted
> On Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 9:54 AM, Jacques Le Roux
> <jacques.le.roux@les7arts.com> wrote:
>> Was not only that, the definitive answer (pfew...): I had to disable OE Tools>Options>Security>Download
>> http://www.winvistatips.com/ie7-opening-oe6-links-t294850.html
>> Sorry, I send this to have a link to explain to the oe-quotefix author what I went
thru... Hoping he will put that in his FAQ...
>> Jacques
>> Jacques Le Roux wrote:
>>> Finally was harder than I thought to get it stable.
>>> I mean to have the setting staying (M$ always gets its default back, the hell
knows how)
>>> After many researches and tries
>>> http://kb.mozillazine.org/Setting_Your_Default_Browser#Setting_default_browser_manually
>>> seems to work so far (the sotware utilities no longer works, you need to do it
>>> Sorry to use the ML more as a reminder for myself (I expect to change my machine
sooner or later), also can be usefull for
>>> others. 
>>> I hope you will appreciate my new quote ("Jacques Le Roux wrote:") at top of
answers (especially Scott :D )
>>> Jacques
>>> PS: I just had a little thought about Balmer and it relates to a word above...
no hint...
>>> Jacques Le Roux wrote:
>>>> Sorry for the last message with big quotes answers
>>>> I did not use oe-quotefix after the message below because I was not able
to use links with Firefox (and its 60 tuned addons)
>>>> But today I finally found the way
>>>> http://www.tech-archive.net/Archive/Windows/microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress/2006-08/msg00770.html
>>>> And yes I'm still usint OE on XP :o)
>>>> I don't even want to think at the time it would take to get another machine
as soundless as the one I slowly been up to. As
>>>> long as the SSDs do it, it's ok
>>>> Jacques
>>>> Jacques Le Roux wrote:
>>>>> Found the right solution http://home.in.tum.de/~jain/software/oe-quotefix/
>>>>> Very glad with it so far, I have donated!
>>>>> Jacques
>>>>> Jacques Le Roux wrote:
>>>>>> Yes Scott,
>>>>>> I'm subjected to that from sometimes(?) but it's only on some rare
>>>>>> I use OE on XP and I did not find the reason yet. I'd have to look
in headers, I guess...
>>>>>> Sometimes I even put the > myself :/ (when it's only a couple)
>>>>>> I tried to migrate to Thunderbird some years ago, but the problems
are the hundreds of rules I use (some obsolete) to
>>>>>> dispatch in folders.
>>>>>> They are in the Windows registry and I did not find a tool to migrate
them at this moment. Though I should say that apart
>>>>>> that, OE is ok with me, KISS way.
>>>>>> Jacques
>>>>>> From: "Scott Gray" <scott.gray@hotwaxmedia.com>
>>>>>> Hi Jacques
>>>>>> I think something is wrong with your email client, it didn't quote
the original message which makes things pretty unreadable.
>>>>>> Regards
>>>>>> Scott
>>>>>> On 10/03/2010, at 12:14 PM, Jacques Le Roux wrote:
>>>>>>> From: "Celencia Celencia" <projetcelencia@yahoo.fr>
>>>>>>> Good afternoon,
>>>>>>> We are 4
>>>>>>> students in Master2 in IAE of Nantes and accomplish our project
of the end of study
>>>>>>> for Celencia: consulting firm in organization and assistance
in maitrise of
>>>>>>> work in systems of information. The society counts currently
16 members with an
>>>>>>> objective to double the enrolments during two years.
>>>>>>> Our project
>>>>>>> consists in setting up in place an efficient internal base for
managing Human Resources
>>>>>>> (HR) which would replace or reinforce the existent already in
place currently
>>>>>>> composed of documents Excel: report of activity, CV, booklet
of reception,
>>>>>>> report of astonishment, note of framing etc. We created a document,
which summarize
>>>>>>> all of the specifications that ERP should cover.
>>>>>>> Do you think that OFBiz could correspond to our needs?
>>>>>>> There is a beginning of an HR module in OFBiz. And if you are
looking for a true open source ERP driven by an Apache
>>>>>>> community, yes
>>>>>>> OFBiz fits your needs.
>>>>>>> http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/OFBIZ/Is+OFBiz+for+Me
>>>>>>> Why true open source? Because as an Apache community we use the
ASL2 licence (AKA Apache licence) which is really open, not
>>>>>>> viral like GPL or such (often used for commercial reasons, like
selling a dual commercial lience...)
>>>>>>> Driven by an Apache community? Yes, there is not, as with other
"open source" ERPs, a company behind OFBiz. There are
>>>>>>> individuals all responsible as individuals, even if of course
some are employee in companies supporting OFBiz.
>>>>>>> http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/OFBADMIN/Apache+OFBiz+PMC+Members+and+Committers
>>>>>>> Are you offering personalised specifications for your tool?
>>>>>>> Good question:
>>>>>>> http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/OFBIZ/Apache+OFBiz+Service+Providers
>>>>>>> And if yes for which price?
>>>>>>> This depend of service providers...
>>>>>>> We would like to hearing from you as
>>>>>>> soon as possible, in order to start our collaboration and transfer
you the
>>>>>>> document with all specifications you need.
>>>>>>> Hope this help
>>>>>>> Jacques
>>>>>>> Faithfully
>>>>>>> yours,
>>>>>>> Olha Simkiv
>>>>>>> Master 2
>>>>>>> MPSIC
>>>>>>> IAE of Nantes
>>>>>>> 0663663726

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