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    Default Problem with anchor links in Zimbra 8

    Hi,

    we've got a problem with e-mails that have links in them that link to anchors further down in the e-mail. This is used so users can have a kind of TOC on top that links to the actual articles further down in the e-mail. A link would look something like this:

    <a href="#OTS_20140217_OTS0169" style="font-weight: bold; color: #717f8d; text-decoration: none;">Link</a>

    and further down you'll find

    <a name="OTS_20140217_OTS0173"></a>

    Clicking the link should scroll the e-mail to the named anchor.
    In Zimbra 8.0 the href of the link is appended to the current URL including all parameters, so #OTS_20140217_OTS0169 becomes https://your.server.com/zimbra/#OTS_20140217_OTS0148 and opens up a new instance of the webclient in the frame that's supposed to show the e-mail.

    Is there some way to change this behaviour? Or is this a bug?

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    I'm having exactly the same problem. This used to work up to Zimbra 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegiVamp View Post
    I'm having exactly the same problem. This used to work up to Zimbra 7.
    Have you filed a bug report or checked to see if there is already a report for thos 'problem'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Have you filed a bug report or checked to see if there is already a report for thos 'problem'?
    As far as I can see, the support portal only allows paying customers to log in; I'm afraid I'm just a ZCS user. This thread is pretty much the only place Google popped up for the problem, however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegiVamp View Post
    As far as I can see, the support portal only allows paying customers to log in;
    I didn't mention the support portal I said "bugzilla", that's where bugs get filed and where you can check if there is any fixed or outstanding bugs for you problem - anyone can file bug reports or RFEs (Request for Enhancements) in bugzilla (and you're encouraged to do so).

    Quote Originally Posted by vegiVamp View Post
    .... I'm afraid I'm just a ZCS user.
    The 'product' is called Zimbra Collaboration Server (ZCS) and the version is either the Network Edition (paid-for) or Open Source (free) and then the release number, you should always give details of which version & release you're using by posting the output of the following command (it saves a lot of questions and confusion):

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    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol -v
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    Ah, thank you. I just created bug #87523 for this.

    I was under the impression that ZCS stood for Zimbra Community Server, as opposed to the Network Edition. Thanks for correcting me :-)

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