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    lucanannipieri is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default HTTP ERROR 500 Problem accessing /service/home/~/. Reason: system fail

    I have a zcs-7.1.3_GA_3346.RHEL5_64 installed on centos 5.7, and in briefcase when I try to download e past version of document (only in this case, if I download the last document or other file uploaded, works fine) I get the error:

    HTTP ERROR 500

    Problem accessing /service/home/~/. Reason:

    system failure: native formatter failure

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    HTTP ERROR 500 Problem accessing /service/home/~/. Reason: system fail

    and
    [SOLVED] HTTP ERROR 500 - system failure: wiki formatter failure

    but I have the same error.

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    soba@ukw.edu.pl is offline Special Member
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    This is a problem, because you are using OpenSource (7.x) edition without convertd. Please search this problem in bugzilla - http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=64168
    Unfortunately, this situation can not be solved yet. You can disable the preview pane for briefcase from CLI.
    # ZCS 7.1.3 SLES11 SP1

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