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Thread: [SOLVED] 5.0 RC1 Can't see Documents or Briefcase files

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    Default [SOLVED] 5.0 RC1 Can't see Documents or Briefcase files

    Just upgraded our test server to RC1, and I'm really hoping I can migrate our DMS into Zimbra Documents and Briefcase. The problem I'm seeing is when I go to either the Documents or Briefcase tabs I don't see any of my files listed, but if I try to create or upload a new file with the same name I get a warning that the file already exists. Anybody else run into this problem? I checked bugzilla and didn't see anything, so maybe it's just be being dumb. Also I noticed a link next to attachments to "add to briefcase", very cool but it errors out for me
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    Any more details in the zimbra logs?
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    Nothing that I've noticed, is there anything in particular I should look for, does the Documents app log to somewhere special?

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    bump
    any other ideas? maybe I'll just wait for the next RC.

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    Ok, got the Documents working again by blowing away the Global Documents account and starting back from scratch. Still no go with the Briefcase though. I have one file in there I can see, but now when I try to upload a new file I get nothing, no error and no file. If I try to upload a file twice I don't get an existing file warning, so they just aren't making it up to the server for some reason. Ideas?

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    It seems that I can only upload .txt files, anything else fails without error as described above. Is there an admin setting somewhere that says which filetypes are allowed?

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    Any news on this? I still can't add any doc except .txt.
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    Try out the hosted demo. It has RC2. If it works there, then you know it's your setup. If not, it's a bug

    http://www.zimbra.com/products/hosted_demo.php

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    The hosted demo works well. As for me, still no progress regarding (add to briefcase prompt errors) Using RC2 right now. Anyone experience this?
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    I was hoping that RC2 might fix it, but I just upgraded and it still doesn't work for me.

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