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    walgie is offline Member
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    Default Tried Beta, No Change

    Updated to Zimbra Desktop 7.1.1 (build 10867) Beta, sent an email to my Yahoo account and received the "Method Context Doesn't Exist" message.

    Please let us know what needs to be done to fix this problem.

    Bill

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    Walgie,

    We was using version 1.0.3 and than install version 7.0.1 the problem persist. I don't think uninstall and reinstall will fix the problem.

    Zimbra Support what are you doing to fix it? You will no longer support Zimbra Desktop?. Please let us know if you will not support zd anymore to look for another e-mail client solution.

    szarate

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    They're working on it. From my (private) bug posting on bugzilla (#62722), Zimbra staff wrote:

    This currently occurs for some accounts and not others. Probably Yahoo is in
    the process of rolling out changes which make this stop working.

    It looks like we have always included Zimbra context header in our SOAP
    requests to Yahoo, but recently started it failing at the Yahoo server.
    Removing context header in SoapTransport.java allows Yahoo SOAP requests to
    work on all accounts. We'll have to expose header creation so it can be
    overridden in a subclass.

    fails:
    <soap:Envelope xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">
    <soap:Header>
    <context xmlns="urn:zimbra">
    <nosession/>
    <userAgent name="Zimbra Desktop" version="7.1.2_10930_Mac"/>
    </context>
    </soap:Header>
    <soap:Body>
    <GetUserData xmlns="urn:yahoo:ymws"/>
    </soap:Body>
    </soap:Envelope>


    works:
    <soap:Envelope xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">
    <soap:Body>
    <GetUserData xmlns="urn:yahoo:ymws"/>
    </soap:Body>
    </soap:Envelope>

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    as quickly as problem appeared it has disappered.

    no further errors.

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    Glad to hear it's working for you. I can't say the same. I added a question on timing for the fix to the bug report.

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    OK - spoke too soon. I have 6 accounts on my Z desktop; 4 defined POP, 2 defined Yahoo. All are Yahoo based. All 6 should have been POP b/c the ability to delete msg after download; was too lazy to reset the 2.

    5 of 6 accounts work OK for sending; the one I wrote about yesterday still does not work. It is 1 of the 2 defined as a Yahoo account within Z.

    And of course it's my personal account.

    Please list my bug report as still (partially) open.

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    couldn't wait; solved by backing up problem mailbox & deleting; recreated as POP acct (see reasons above);

    sent 5 test msg; so far, so good.

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    Default Method context doesn't exist error- ETA for fix

    From bug report:

    Fix is targeted for ZD 7.1.2 which should be available in late September.

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    I started getting this yesterday on all my 'Yoohoo' accounts. They are upgrading their interface so no doubt that is the problem. I'm really thinking of transferring all my accounts to Gmail. Between Yoohoo and all the bugginess and dysfunctionality of ZD (I'm getting constant crashes with a new install), I am really disgusted with this negative frustrating experience. Thunderbird can handle Gmail accounts but only ZD is allowed to send/receive from free Yoohoo accounts. Not much of a choice IMO.

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    i use thunderbird for a 'free' yahoo account; don't remember why i went with zimbra for my yahoo business accounts; i set up both about the same time

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