Problem with .doc files as attachments

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Problem with .doc files as attachments

Postby gmsmith » Wed Apr 15, 2009 3:32 pm

So here is an interesting issue. Server is 5.0.15 (RHEL 4 32bit). When sending .doc attachments, from the Zimbra webUI, it appears the to somehow corrupt the file. Attached are the error messages from OS X and Windows Vista. The same file sent from Gmail to Gmail works fine. However, Zimbra to Gmail, or Zimbra to Zimbra the file corrupts and yields the attached errors.
The file name has been blured, nothing else.

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Problem with .doc files as attachments

Postby ewilen » Wed Apr 15, 2009 3:36 pm

Does anything happen when you send via POP/MAPI/IMAP?
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Problem with .doc files as attachments

Postby gmsmith » Wed Apr 15, 2009 3:38 pm

Client doesn't use POP/IMAP, strictly the webUI
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Problem with .doc files as attachments

Postby 14637Tibor » Thu Jun 18, 2009 4:16 am

I have the same Problem. When I send a doc-attachment the file is corrupted at the recipient. When I rename the same file, such as file.doc --> file.test, and the recipient rename it to original file name, so all fine and no problems. What does amavis with the doc files?????
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Problem with .doc files as attachments

Postby Klug » Thu Jun 18, 2009 4:55 am

I bet it's just another MIME issue due to Firefox.

This is fixed in 5.0.16 : Bug 32536 : Zimbra too trusting of MIME-type sent by client

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