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tek_san

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Hi
has anyone else this bug?

There is a problem in the mailfilters in case there has to be an automatic reply.
if you enter a text with returns like:

bla bla

regards

oliver kess

it will be sent as:

bla blannregardsnnoliver kess

Every return that is entered in the message will be replaced by a "n".
I tried different language settings and different browsers on our os x system.
we tried Firefox 0.93, Mozilla 1.8a2 and the latest Safari 1.2.3. The language settings in kms were set to browser based, english or german but the result was always the character "n" instead of the entered return.


regards

Oliver Kess

KC 7.3.1, Win2003 in vsphere 4.1, store drive attached via iSCSI, OS drive attached via NFS.
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roope.vankka

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Out of office reply does work, but autoreply for every messages in mail filters converts every enter to 'rn' letter combination.

So the text is in one line and between every original line there has text 'rn' added.
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tek_san

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Hi,
is it thr character "m" at your site?
Here it is replaced by the letter "n"
The "out of office reply" does only send one message to the sender.
If the sender sends multiple messages, he is only informed one time. I see this as a disadvantage.
regards

oliver

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pwhodges

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tek_san wrote on Tue, 17 August 2004 09:27

is it the character "m" at your site?
Here it is replaced by the letter "n"

They've obviously missed out the "\", as the newline should be represented in a string at some stage by "\n", or possibly "\r\n" depending on the platform.
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The "out of office reply" does only send one message to the sender.
If the sender sends multiple messages, he is only informed one time. I see this as a disadvantage.

It's necessary - if you've had your server get clogged up by two systems sending autoreplies to each other all night you'd know that ;-) Besides, I find repeated messages telling me what I know already irritating.

Paul
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tek_san

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pwhodges wrote on Tue, 17 August 2004 13:16


It's necessary - if you've had your server get clogged up by two systems sending autoreplies to each other all night you'd know that ;-) Besides, I find repeated messages telling me what I know already irritating.

Paul


From that point of view you are right ;-)
regards

Oliver

KC 7.3.1, Win2003 in vsphere 4.1, store drive attached via iSCSI, OS drive attached via NFS.
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Bauglir

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fixed :)

Bronislav Klucka
Kerio Technologies
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tek_san

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sounds good!
I guess it will be integrated in 6.0.2 ???
regards

Oliver


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Bauglir

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sure :)

Bronislav Klucka
Kerio Technologies
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