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    Default Fresh Zimbra 8 Install / Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit

    Hello, I am testing this out and I have run into a file upload problem when attaching a file to an email or uploading to briefcase.

    The allowed maximum file size is 10240 (kb).

    Attaching or uploading a 770,000 byte PDF file works fine

    Attaching or uploading a 1,700,000 byte PDF file will not complete.

    Bug?
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    Hey, the default settings in zimbra 8.0.2 is to allow uploading of files with a size up to 10MB for email attachments and briefcase.

    But actually try it and it is busted. Nothing over 1MB is allowed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by powrrrplay View Post
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    Hey, the default settings in zimbra 8.0.2 is to allow uploading of files with a size up to 10MB for email attachments and briefcase.

    But actually try it and it is busted. Nothing over 1MB is allowed.
    It works fine for me. You're going to have to dump the account (and server) details via zmprov to show the settings for your allowed attachment sizes.
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    My zimbra servers sit on a private lan w/ 192.168.x.x ip.

    I was using an apache2.2 reverse proxy to access the IP directly from within the lan and from the internet - NAT/port forward 80 to the apache2.2 reverse proxy.

    I recently changed the reverse proxy server from apache2.2 to nginx 1.1.9.

    I can recreate the problem only using nginx 1.1.9. Remote internet users must access the zimbra through the nginx reverse proxy and get this trouble.

    From within the LAN I directly logged into the zimber zerver via http://192.168.x.x/ , did a file upload of 4MB to briefcase and same file to email attach. It worked fine.

    Somehow a remote internet web client going through our nginx proxy, uploading a file larger than 1MB to zimbra 8.0.2 is breaking. It seems like this is an nginx handshake problem with zimbra 8.0.2

    Fun times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by powrrrplay View Post
    I recently changed the reverse proxy server from apache2.2 to nginx 1.1.9.
    You omitted a mention of that in your earlier posts.

    Quote Originally Posted by powrrrplay View Post
    Somehow a remote internet web client going through our nginx proxy, uploading a file larger than 1MB to zimbra 8.0.2 is breaking. It seems like this is an nginx handshake problem with zimbra 8.0.2
    Then I guess you're going to havt to provide some logging information from nginx & ZCS to confirm the problem.
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    Sorry for being so lame - the extra set of eyes for confirmation gave me the push I needed, thanks Bill.

    nginx log - "client intended to send too large body: 2166804 bytes"

    google the message + nginx and you will get hits ... refer to the ones w/ "client_max_body_size"

    I changed my nginx conf client_max_body_size 20M; and briefcase uploads are working as designed. Same with email file attachments for files larger than 1MB.
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