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irelam posted Aug 17 '09 at 2:49 am

There is an updated version of SendDoc (1.4) which uses Pegasus Mail as a mailer for OpenOffice, available at downloads area location:


Michael posted Jul 3 '10 at 5:19 pm

[quote user="Tbilisi"]... You seem to imply that there is a solution under Vista, and presumably under 7 as well.  I'd deeply appreciate it if you could elaborate on that solution.[/quote]

That's not what I understand: He says there would be a fix if he was using .NET instead of the current C programming language, so there is no easy solution, yet.


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CobraA1 posted Oct 29 '08 at 5:05 pm

Perhaps you can use to obtain more detailed information about where exactly it's having problems? Right clicking on winpm-32.exe in Process Explorer and opening properties should give you a tabbed window with a lot of information. The "Threads" tab may be able to isolate a particular thread that is hogging the CPU - I generally see about five threads that are related to Pegasus Mail.

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