I have a group of users who are still on Win2k with IE6. Since they moved to Zimbra, I asked them to use the HTML version of the client if they had any speed issues. Firefox is installed on a few workstations but, it is not the solution. They are moving to Vista currently but, it's an 8 location network with over 100 users. This is not happening overnight and they are not going to install Firefox on each workstation. Until I upgraded to 5.06, I had no problems with my users and this workaround. However, since upgrading to 5.06, all of my users are complaining that the HTML version no longer works to compose an email. You see, they can type in every box EXCEPT the message body. You click in the body and the cursor goes away. You can't tab into it. You can only paste something there. As of now, users that are running 800x600 (Believe it or not, I have a few) are forced to type in notepad and paste their email into the body because of the forced HTML at that resolution. Users that run a higher resolution have the option of using AJAX but, it can be unbearably slow using IE6. This is unacceptable. Can anybody else verify this as a bug on their system? Thanks.