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    Phloyd is offline Active Member
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    Default Conversations View Issues

    There are instances where Zimbra gets confused and puts mail messages in the wrong conversation. Is there a way to direct these wayward messages into the correct conversation?

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    Default Confused conversations

    I just downloaded the most-up-to-date beta version today and I am having the same problem. There are a lot of emails that get grouped together in a conversation that have no apparent connection to one another at all. [The subject headings aren't even close and the body of the email may have some shared words but no great similarity on a % basis.]

    I ended up turning off the conversation view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phloyd View Post
    There are instances where Zimbra gets confused and puts mail messages in the wrong conversation. Is there a way to direct these wayward messages into the correct conversation?
    I am having the same problem. Is there really no other solution? Who at Zimbra can help us?

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