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Trent Greenawalt

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We are running the most current version of Kerio Connect and FINALLY have attachments working on the moto droid. I am very excited about that. Thanks Kerio...

However, if I receive a PDF from someone and then attempt to forward it to myself (Or another droid user) from the droid it sends as a eml file, not an attachment. I am thinking this isn't a kerio issue since if I forward the same email from within kerio back to myself it opens on the phone as a pdf fine on the droid.

So please confirm that this is a email client on the droid issue, or is it something perhaps in kerio.

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Trent

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Trent Greenawalt
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ben.dalton@csisystems.net

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How dod you get the attachments to work?
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Trent Greenawalt

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Simply by installing the new kerio connect, it just works now! Since droids are now supported, they must have "flicked the switch" to make them work.

Trent

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Trent Greenawalt

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We just found out that kerio webaccess doesn't show these eml file attachements. If I open the email in outlook it does show up, but not in Kerio webaccess. So it clearly makes it into the server and is available for display, but kerio webaccess must be restricted from seeing it?

Does anyone have a solution for this?

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Trent Greenawalt
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