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    Sbhingarkar is offline Active Member
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    Default Regarding Forward Email As Attachment

    Hi,

    I am Evaluating Zimbra 5.0. Forward Email As Attachment is supported in zimbra 4.5.* version but i could not found this option in zimbra 5.0.This feature is supported in zimbra 5.0 or not.

    Thanks

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Yes, it's an option in the User Preferences/Composing: 'Forward: When forwarding an email:'.
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    Under 4.5.x, "Forward as attachment" and "Forward inline" appeared in a (seldom noticed) dropdown menu on the toolbar in individual message view. Under 5.0, it no longer does.

    In addition to the general preference to which phoenix points, there still exists the option to switch between "include original inline" and "include original as attachment" under the Option dropdown menu. But the ability to switch before opening the compose screen has indeed gone away.

    Since few people found the 4.5.x popup in the first place, I don't see this as a loss. we just need to retrain those few people who had been using it.

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