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Thread: [SOLVED] DoesZimbra mail clientsupport safari browser

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    and yours happily loads the ajax version without complaining?

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    It does, I use only the Ajax client and have never seen an issue... I run a older g4 powerbook.

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    weird. i'm running safari 3.0.4 on a macbook pro running leopard.

    zimbra is 5.0.0 GA on a 1.83 core 2 duo running mac OS X 10.4

    doesn't get too much more up to date than that, but still it always automatically selects the standard html version when i open it in safari (but not with firefox on the same machine).

    d.

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    WAIT! i retract that.

    i was connecting to one of the release candidates running on a debian etch machine. when i connected to the 5.0 GA on the OS X machine, it went directly for default, which is the ajax version.

    so very bizarre.

    oh well, i was planning to transfer that over to a more recent copy of zimbra on a mac anyway. guess i'll have to do it sooner than later.

    thanks for the help,

    d.

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    I'm running Safari 3.0.4 on Vista with Zimbra 5.0.1.

    Quick (that's why I'm using it).
    Memory leaker (worse than Firefox).
    Tiny glitches in the drag'n'drop features.

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