Zimbra and mod_proxy

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PotatoBob
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Zimbra and mod_proxy

Postby PotatoBob » Tue Nov 01, 2005 12:52 am

Norton IS seems to also inject this 1/3 of the way down right after the tags in the head





So how this affects zimbra, I am not sure as I haven't looked at any of the scripts. I assume they are using window.open and window.onload and onunload, because I don't see anyother things that Norton does.


dsmalley
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Zimbra and mod_proxy

Postby dsmalley » Tue Nov 01, 2005 1:34 am

You're right about the injection in the middle; don't know how I missed that. Why it gives Zimbra (or more precisely, their Ajax toolkit) a problem, I still don't know.
The main reason I am playing with AjaxTK in the first place is that if I had to write all that JavaScript myself, it would be about 3 years before I would have cross-browser compatible label control :o .

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