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    tfenasse is offline Starter Member
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    Default web interface, message body empty

    Zimbra Version : Opensource 6.0.4 (if I'm right)
    Browsers : Both Chromium and Firefox
    OS : i386 Ubuntu 10.04

    Hi,

    I received 2 emails from an Outlook 2002 Client running an Exchange 2000 server.

    The email bodies are empty. If I check in Outlook 2002, I see that one mail contain a Scheddule request and the other, just simple text contain (html/txt).

    Any idea?
    Thanks

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    We too are experiencing this on inbound mail. The one common thread seems to be it's sent via outlook/exchange. Have not been able to determine a pattern here, and I doubt I'm going to be able to force the sender into changing their composition settings from HTML to Rich Text. If you have seen any patterns emerge I'd sure love to hear about them.

    Quote Originally Posted by tfenasse View Post
    Zimbra Version : Opensource 6.0.4 (if I'm right)
    Browsers : Both Chromium and Firefox
    OS : i386 Ubuntu 10.04

    Hi,

    I received 2 emails from an Outlook 2002 Client running an Exchange 2000 server.

    The email bodies are empty. If I check in Outlook 2002, I see that one mail contain a Scheddule request and the other, just simple text contain (html/txt).

    Any idea?
    Thanks

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