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    Default zimbra 5.0.10 and ie7

    Hello,

    Since we've migrated from 5.0.9->5.0.10, lots of ie7 users are complaining about ie7 telling them "a script is taking too much time to execute". Sometimes clicking OK resolves the problem, sometimes it is necessary to quit & relaunch ie7.

    No firefox user has this problem.

    This is zimbra FOSS 5.0.10 french version.

    Unfortunately we can't trace exactly what action is being done by the users.

    Thanks in advance !

    Sebastian

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    bumping....

    this is happening on various ie7 configs. Different PCs, differents internet accesses, even on an ADSL we know is calm. Again FF, is OK

    Thanks in advance,

    Sebastian

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    Thanks for the link.

    Sebastian

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