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    Default Call to vote for RFE 23079

    Lot of my users are complaining about quotas, requesting a way to save e-mails in their local disk or a way to better handle attachements in e-mails :

    - A way to keep the e-mail message they received but to delete the attachement that was with it.

    - A way to send a message with an attachement but not keeping the attachement itself in the sent message. (when i forward a message with a 10 megs attachement, my quota decrease from 10 megs !)

    If you are interested, please had your vote to :


    Bug 23079 - add options to attchements to e-mails

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    1) Bug 233 - Ability to remove attachment from received message
    2) Solved with #1 if you can do it afterwards - or are your quota's so tiny that you need #2?

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    Yahoo
    ... Bug 233 was created in november 2004, has 30 votes and is still alive

    Our quotas are not so tiny but users tend to use mail as a storage for files they receive, wich is normally the place for our Novell Netware server. And some files are to be shared, and a messaging is not the right place for this.

    Quotas are a way to force users to make some household, to keep what is necessary and avoid a non stop growing data that cost finally a lot (storage, saving...) but for what usage ?

    The way for a user to remove attachement is the best solution i think. As an admin, i don't have the right to delete e-mails of my users.

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