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    drdre is offline Elite Member
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    I just upgrade to 7.0 FOSS and for some emails i get this error when trying to open them

    An error occurred while initializing the zimlet "com_zimbra_phone". Please notify administrator.
    SyntaxError: invalid quantifier ???localPhoneRegEx???

    I cant open the emails in the web browser or the desktop client ...please help.
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    drdre is offline Elite Member
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    bump..

    anyone ?
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    jkirkes is offline Starter Member
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    I had the same issue when trying to open an attached email from zimbra desktop 7 (build 10706). Disabling the "Phone" zimlet fixed it.

    I was able to open the attachments on the web interface but probably because it doesnt have the same zimlet.

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    drdre is offline Elite Member
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    I have undeloyed the zimlet, but the error comes up still even after i have restarted the zimbra server and even the desktop.

    Any ideas?
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    I went into the Client and simply unchecked the box next to the phone Zimlet. I was then prompted to resatrt the client. No server restart was required. This fixed the issue for me. drdre maybe the Zimlet has to be unchecked in the client even if it is not deployed by the server?

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