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Thread: Zimbra Desktop 7.0.1 - Cannot Forward Attachments from Local Folders

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    omicronkappa278 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Zimbra Desktop 7.0.1 - Cannot Forward Attachments from Local Folders

    I have three users using Desktop 7.0.1 (Myself included) and all of use use Local Folders to store emails we do not want on the ZCS Server. If I click on a local folder email and it forward it forwards with no issue, but if it has an attachment it fails with the following error:


    Any Ideas?

    Also... The Signature never stays. This happened in the last Beta. If you open Zimbra Desktop and hit new, then no signature... If you go to Preference and hit save... then it works, but if you close zimbra, then it goes back to not working again. Anyone else seen this?

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    SpiderTech is offline Special Member
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    I also received the above error after upgrading to the new ZD. Any message containing an attachment will not forward out once it has been moved to a local folder.

    As far as the signature not saving, i was able to create a picture signature and it stays once ZD has been closed.
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