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    Default HTML mails automatically shown as Text

    Hello everyone,

    Some users complain about this little bug :
    Sometimes, HTML just display as plain text mails, without any reason, whereas HTML is checked in the preferences. The only solution is to close Zimbra Web Client and to restart it.

    This is quite annoying, and we have this problem with FOSS 5.0.9 and now 5.0.10

    Is there anything to do to get rid of that ? Should I file a bug (or is there already one that I missed) ?

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoltan67 View Post
    Hello everyone,

    Some users complain about this little bug :
    Sometimes, HTML just display as plain text mails, without any reason, whereas HTML is checked in the preferences. The only solution is to close Zimbra Web Client and to restart it.

    This is quite annoying, and we have this problem with FOSS 5.0.9 and now 5.0.10

    Is there anything to do to get rid of that ? Should I file a bug (or is there already one that I missed) ?

    Thanks in advance
    COnfirmed on FOSS 5.0.11, sometimes, without any reason, HTML links in emails just become basic text, no way to click on links, and after restarting the browser it's ok... quite strange I think

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