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    jrmontg is offline Junior Member
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    Default Error in IE7

    After I log into zimbra I get a error in IE7. I just get a blank page.

    Line 96
    Char 3
    Error Object doesn't support this property or method
    Code 0

    Line 2553
    Char 1
    Error 'ZmMsg' is undefined
    Code 0

    Line 3667
    Char 1
    Error: 'l18nMsg'is undefined
    Code: 0

    Line 2
    Char 1
    Error Invalid character
    Code: 0

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    This is a know bug, which I hope is fixed soon. Please vote for it here.

    Out of interest: could you please tell me the language of the zimbra-server and the ie7 you are using and the excat version number of the ie7?

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    English
    Version: 7.0.5730.11

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    My advice is to get your webmail users on Firefox and keep them there.

    Cheers,
    Cheers,

    Travis

    "Let's look at this from a standpoint of "Status". What exactly, on the Space Craft, IS working?"
    -Flight Control, Apollo 13

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    Sorry, but that is not a very helpful advice when you have 7.500 external customers on the systems, isn't it?

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    Yeah, this is a MAJOR known bug which is being fixed.
    Because I use NT Domain Management, I don't let my users use FF because of the proxy servers.

    Kids do the darndest things to get around filters.

    In my experience, clicking the refresh button SOMETIMES fixes the problem.

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