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Thread: Compose HTML via COS does not show up in Zimbra Desktop

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    Default Compose HTML via COS does not show up in Zimbra Desktop

    I have set my default Class of Service so that the default message format when composing is HTML.

    For Zimbra webmail, I am seeing this change take affect. Any user who logs in via webmail now has HTML format by default when they compose a message.

    However, the same user logs into his/her Zimbra desktop client and it is still set to Plain Text.

    Is it possible to force the Zimbra Desktop to use HTML format as well as webmail client?

    Just to be sure, I ran a shell script and cycled through all of my users and applied these two changes.

    zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraFeatureHtmlComposeEnabled TRUE
    zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraPrefComposeFormat HTML

    What is the difference between both of those commands?

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    Actually, I found what the first command does. It sets the "HTML compose" option under the general features section of the features tab.

    This was already set on.

    The second one sets the "Always compose mail using: HTML" under the composing mail section on the preferences tab.

    I would think that the second configuration would take effect for both the Zimbra Desktop as well as Zimbra Webmail, but it is only working on the webmail.

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