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Thread: strange behaviour using filter and redirect email option... (almost a bug?)

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    Default strange behaviour using filter and redirect email option... (almost a bug?)

    hi !

    i just test the filter with Redirect option from a zimbra account email to an external (i.e @orange) email account.

    i do that : redirect all email from @an_zimbra_account to my personal @orange.fr account (no special link or any synch with zimbra, just a full personal account)

    there are 3 strange behaviours :
    - first, in the external email box, i can't see that the mail have been transfered to me from the acccount zimbra. . So i think the original destinataire is really me (or it is false)
    - from the redirect box, i have no email trace like the foward feature button (folder of send email is empty of redirect emails)
    - the calendar notificcation are also redirect ! so in my orange email, i can accept or not the appointment even if i not invited !

    so, normal ?
    fyi we use zimbra NE v6.0.10 french under ubuntu (FRANCE,Amiens)

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    > first, in the external email box, i can't see that the mail have been transfered to me from the acccount zimbra. . So i think the original destinataire is really me (or it is false)

    That's the expected behavior of the redirect filter action, i.e. the original MIME message is redirected unmodified.

    > from the redirect box, i have no email trace like the foward feature button (folder of send email is empty of redirect emails)

    Again this is expected. Redirected messages are not saved in Sent folder.

    > the calendar notificcation are also redirect ! so in my orange email, i can accept or not the appointment even if i not invited !

    Calendar notification email contains an ics file attachment which is recognized by most email clients. That's the reason you might be seeing Accept/Decline buttons in the other email client. If you click Accept in your @orange account, it would not be reflected in your Zimbra account.

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