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    It's posible delete only attachment file from mails?

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    what ? ?

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    I want to know if possible remove from zimbra the attachments in the mails. For example a client Eudora kept separate from mail attachments, unlike Thunderbird.

    It might seem a brutality, but I want to know if possible

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    i think you want this

    Bug 233 – Ability to remove attachment from received message

    it's verified for 6.0.2 (estimated for release later this month)

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