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Anyone have an idea what this error log entry means?

[02/Feb/2006 10:48:29] httpserver.cpp: PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in e:\kerio\mailserver\webmail\default\ on line 2
Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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This error is reported to the error log most probably when some user is viewing DSN report in WebMail. DNS report contains e-mail headers from original message in attachment. Displaying this attachment in WebMail may produce this error. In other words, it is not dangerous and you don't need to worry about it.

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is this a bug then???
Petr Dousa (Kerio)

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Yes, this is a bug. Automated reports like undelivered mail or read receipts contain attachment, which cannot be properly viewed in WebMail. Clicking the attachment link will show empty window and this message is written to error log.

It's not really a fatal problem, it is rather a minor bug. But of course we are going to fix it.

Petr Dousa
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