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    Default Briefcase share issues after upgrade from 5.0.9 to 6.0.4

    We did an upgrade from 5.0.9 to 6.0.4. It went off without a hitch or any errors. Once users started getting back in they complained of share issues. After investigating I came up with any user who tried to look at a document or download would get a 404 file not found error. I found that when the user opens something in the top level it would ask them for their credentials. They enter them open the file. Then they go back to the files the got the error on and they could open them.

    I tried the fix in: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/adminis...tml#post155986 but it did not fix the issue. Any help would be appreciated!

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    Red face Bug# 43084

    Found this is a known issue.

    Bug#: 43084

    Jud

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    Angry they closed the ticket

    So they tested again and did not find the issue. Then they closed the ticket without a fix. They told me to hit the reopen button, but I cannot find it. Anybody else deal with this?

    This is the tech response and testing, then my reply.

    Tried

    log in as jylee@zimbra.com on dogfood.zimbra.com
    create /Obchod briefcase folder
    create /Obchod/nabídka pro nového klienta briefcase folder
    add testfile.txt in /Obchod/nabídka pro nového klienta folder
    share /Obchod to test-jylee@zimbra.com on catfood.zimbra.com

    log in as test-jylee@zimbra.com on catfood.zimbra.com
    created mountpoint /sharetest for shared folder jylee@zimbra.com/Obchod
    tried following URL and they all worked

    https://catfood.zimbra.com/home/test....com/sharetest

    https://catfood.zimbra.com/home/test...retest/nabídka pro
    nového klienta

    https://catfood.zimbra.com/home/test...retest/nabídka pro
    nového klienta/testfile.txt
    ------- Comment #8 From Judson Edwards 2010-04-26 07:40:45 [reply] -------
    That does not work for us. Problem is that after the upgrade it changed the
    share file destination from one name to another. As a work around we are able
    to change the address of the file to the correct one and get in. Using your
    example

    "https://catfood.zimbra.com/home/test-jylee@zimbra.com/sharetest/nabídka pro"

    Everything points to "catfood.zimbra.com" however the box it resides on is
    "dogfood.zimbra.com" when you "click" the share files it changes "catfood" to
    "dogfood"

    Our workaround for all users is to have the users go to the address bar and
    change the address from dogfood to catfood and you can access the file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmyeds View Post
    So they tested again and did not find the issue. Then they closed the ticket without a fix. They told me to hit the reopen button, but I cannot find it.
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    Right and I click on that and it takes me to definitions, not how to reopen. Talked to a QA and he said click the "reopen" radio button next to staus. I do not know what I am doing wrong but I have no radio button. I tried Chrome, IE and Firefox. No button

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