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    Default Attachment Save As

    Is there a way to save an attached file (In this case a .swf Flash file) as a file rather than having it just open when using the web client?

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    What happens when you right-click on the attachment link and choose "Save As"?

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    When you right click, You get the option for "Save Link As..." which will save the link as a .htm file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcavalieri
    When you right click, You get the option for "Save Link As..." which will save the link as a .htm file.
    Try to change it to the type of extension that you have the attachement as (example .swf)

    Is this FF or IE?

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    Both IE & FF

    Yes that works but, That seems like a pain...

    Shouldn't there be an easer way than changing the file name every time someone sends you an attachment? For example a Save As Button or a way to format that link so the browser knows it is a file.

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    I actually think there is a bugzilla request in for this.

    I'll check.

    jh

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    Here is the link to the bug in bugzilla:

    http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=6500

    Feel free to vote on it
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