Zimbra, Beta 2 Open Source on a CentOS 4.2 system is working fine except for reading attachments. For example, I receive a Mailman listserv diget mailing where all messages are in plain ascii and cannot read any ot it except by selecting "Show Original" from the message list. I have not setup "convert attachments" with this user's account.

The contents of "Show original" includes:
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Today's Topics:

1. Can you discard the entire pending queue for a list?
(Scott P. Miller)
2. Re: Can you discard the entire pending queue for a list?
(Glenn Sieb)
3. List Probe Problems (mailbag)

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From: "Scott P. Miller" <scott@spmiller.org>
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Date: Mon, 26 Dec 2005 11:12:04 -0800
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Subject: [Mailman-Users] Can you discard the entire pending queue for a list?
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I have some lists which were "moderated" by my users where they
basically left the pending queue untouched (great moderation, eh?)

I now have about 10 lists with anywhere between 100 and 400 pending
messages. Clicking "discard" 4000 times doesn't appeal to me.

I guess I could re-create the list under a new name, re-import the users
and delete the old one, but that seems the long way around. what I need
is just a way to "discard all" on the pending messages.

Is there an obvious way I am missing? Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Scott Miller

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From: Glenn Sieb <ges+lists@wingfoot.org>
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Date: Mon, 26 Dec 2005 15:19:25 -0500
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Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Can you discard the entire pending queue for a
list?
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Scott P. Miller said the following on 12/26/2005 2:12 PM:
> I have some lists which were "moderated" by my users where they
> basically left the pending queue untouched (great moderation, eh?)
>
> I now have about 10 lists with anywhere between 100 and 400 pending
> messages. Clicking "discard" 4000 times doesn't appeal to me.
>
> I guess I could re-create the list under a new name, re-import the users
> and delete the old one, but that seems the long way around. what I need
> is just a way to "discard all" on the pending messages.
>
> Is there an obvious way I am missing? Any suggestions?
>
>
"Discard all messages marked "Defer"" would do that...

Best,
--Glenn
(BTW: I find that generally such things happen, because the moderators
in question have no experience with Mailman and don't understand how
things work. I usually do a remote session with new moderators of lists
on my box, so they can see how the interface works, and how the
administrative functions work. I also give them copies of the PDFs
available on the list.org site.)

--
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
~Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759



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From: mailbag <mailbag@thefrogs.net>
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Date: Mon, 26 Dec 2005 17:13:21 -0500
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Subject: [Mailman-Users] List Probe Problems
Message: 3

Hi,

For some reason, users who have bounced mails back, end up getting the
probe email later - and it includes attachments with all the other
bounced probe emails, which includes other user's passwords to the list.

I haven't been able to track down the cause, nor have I found references
to anyone else having this problem. Any suggestions would be
appreciated.



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If I click on any of the attachment links in the main message, it opens a new window but nothing is displayed.

I have the same experience regardless of the attachment type.


Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks.