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    Hi guys, I have noticed after upgrade the zimbra mail server that from Zimbra mail webclient forward as attachment option not available by mouse right click. Is there any thing I am missing or this option not available anymore. This option very helpful and frequently used whenver need to send any SPAM mail to spam training account. Any thoughts on this much appreciated. Thanks in advance. amit

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    How about: Preferences > Composing > Forward > Include original message as an attachment ?
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    Hi Mike, Thanks for update, I know that process, but that applies for all mails, which is not ideal for all other mails where I would like to forward the mail as body of the main mail to keep track of the subject discussing. Only time forward the mail as attachment is to train the spam account and due to restriction of spamtraining account, I cann't forward the mail as the body. I hope that help you to understand the importance of this feature and not sure why this feature been taken off from new update of Zimbra. Is there any thing can be done to make this work. Any suggestion on this subject much appreciated. Thanks in advance. Amit

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    For individual messages you open the message with the Reply button and then in the Options drop down box use the "Include Original As Attachment" option.
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    Thanks Bill for your suggestion, At this point I am just disappointed that this feature was available on Zimbra Release 4.5.10_GA_1575 but taken off from Zimbra Release 5.0.2_GA_1975 without any good reason behind. And as you are aware this feature is very important for train spam account. I look forward in future zimbra release added with this feature. Thank you for spending time on this, much appreciated. Amit

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    The only time you need to forward an email to the Spam account as an attachment is from a fat client such as Outlook of Thunderbird. If you are using the web client then hitting the Junk button will automatically forward a copy of the email to the Spam training account as well as the Junk folder - this is what you should be using.
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