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horde attachment zero size

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by zye, Apr 3, 2008.

  1. zye

    zye Well-Known Member

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    just got an customer complaint in and wasn´t able to solve it to now - already searched the foums....

    when working with horde webmail - and forwarding a message with an attachment - the attachment will have a 0 size after beeing forwarded

    anyone else have the same expirience?

    greets
    zye

    edit: doent matter if .txt or .jpg or .doc all will have 0 size after delivery

    ( already checked /etc/cpanel_exim_system_filter and /etc/antivirus.exim - no filters are set to .txt .jpg and .doc )
     
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  2. zye

    zye Well-Known Member

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    Same problem

    Hello,

    I have got the exact same problem (it have been working fine upuntil about yesterday). I have tried updating cPanel with upcp --force, but that did not help.

    Have you found any solution?

    Best regards,
    Alex.
     
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    have the sam issue, email sent from Horde webmail if they have attachment (Image for eg.) attachments are not delieverd, meaning that attachment has 0kb.
     
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