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    Default HTML Client : HTTP ERROR: 403 in Notebook application

    This bug is said to be fixed at: Bug 34375 – HTML Client : HTTP ERROR: 403 in Notebook application. But I still get the error message when try to access my history in notebook. Possible to reopen this case or do I have to submit it as a new bug?

    It's similar to briefcase problem mentioned at: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/users/4...ot-access.html, but worse because even the owner cannot access the revisions of his own notes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhwong View Post
    That bug was resolved and it works on my server. You need to provide more information about your problem and some information about the exact steps to reproduce it and what errors you see in the log files etc.
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    Sorry, I found out that it was firefox add on that cause this to fail. It's working now after I disabled them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhwong View Post
    Sorry, I found out that it was firefox add on that cause this to fail. It's working now after I disabled them.
    I guess you can now mark this thread as solved?
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