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We're using mostly Apple clients with our Kerio installation.

I had earler the problem that sending an eMail with attachments from iOS devices line iPhone then the signature is kinda broken: All the HTML code is lost as well as images.

Now I've got the same problem with Kerio 9.2.3 as well with (macOS 10.12.6) eMails containing inline attachments!
It works when I put the attachments at the end of my text but when I write something - put a picture in the text - continue writing - put a .zip file - continue writing... then the receiver ( as well) gets the eMail correct but the signature is broken: No formatted text, no images and some missing CR's...

And yes - we want to continue use inline attachments and not turn on the option for putting them to the end of the eMails.

Crying or Very Sad

These broken signatures of course looks very very ugly - please someone from Kerio take a look at this!

Contact me directly for further investigations or examples - I don't want to put them online here. Thx!

Kind regards....
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