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From Ian Lynch <>
Subject Re: License information for Open Office
Date Thu, 17 Jan 2013 14:20:40 GMT
On 17 January 2013 11:49, Richard Moore IS Business Officer - SACM
Service Delivery Management <> wrote:
> Hello,
> Essex libraries are investigating to install Open Office on the Peoples Network machines
in all libraries.
> This cover 750 public facing PC's across the county.
> Please can you inform me of the license implications of doing this?

There are no licensing implications. You are free to put Apache Open
Office (AOO) on as many computers as you want to without paying any
license fees at all. It is good for us to know how many computers are
running AOO but there are no conditions to do so on use.

> Thanks
> Richard Moore
> Service Asset and Configuration Management
> Information Services
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