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Old 25th September 2007, 17:00
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Thumbs down Uebimiau/webmail under https attachment name problem

Hi all,
I've upgraded to the last ispconfig release and I've also installed the last uebimiau pkg (removing the old directories before). Now I'm having some problems with atthachments file:
1) NO name of the attachement (on the attachment field there is only the image with the red arrow) when viewing the email
2) When I click to download it, the name is download.php but the extension is correctly identified cause it offers to open it directly using the right application.
Just an example to be clear:
if i send an email with example.pdf attached, the one that receive on uebimiau can view the attachment in the field but no name at all is specified. When he clicks to download it, the name proposed is download.php (if you want to save) but if you want to open it, the OS uses the xpdf (or whatelse) correctly.
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Old 25th September 2007, 20:35
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Thanks for your feedback.
Yes, I can conform your bad experience with the attachments.
I had a look to the Uebimiau configuration but i can't find anything wrong, which means i need help to solve the problem.

I hope anyone can have a look at it, so i can make the new Uebimiau package better. In the mean time i advise you to use the package based on Uebimiau 2.7.2.
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Old 26th September 2007, 09:46
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Ok, I see...
but in the meantime it could be better to leave it from the official download page...don't you think?
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Old 26th September 2007, 12:06
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I will contact Till and ask him if the Uebimiau 2.7.10 package can be removed until we found a solution for the attachment problem. Sorry for the inconvenience .
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Old 26th September 2007, 14:21
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No problem at all....
Thanks to you and to everyone involved in this wonderfull big piece of work.
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Old 4th October 2007, 16:25
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Hans, That Uebimiau version has severe problems, it seems to be half completed, and the bits don't talk to one another very well.

I've got an installable Telaen 1.1.3 package for ISPConfig done, which might be a better bet.

I've tested installs on Debian 3.1 and Ubuntu 6.06 standard setup, and a limited amount with an Suexec system. None on SuPHP.

It's about 2.36Meg, so I can't attach to this message unfortunately, but it is ready for wider testing.
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Old 4th October 2007, 16:32
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Default Telaen 1.1.3 package for ISPConfig

Thanks for your reaction!

In the mean time i am informed to about the problems with that Uebimiau package. For this reason, i sent a Telaen 1.1.3 package to Till as well, but it was not functioning yet because of login problems.

So, if you have a working Telaen 1.1.3 package for ISPConfig, please sent it to Till, because he tries to find a solution to get my Telaen package working!
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Old 4th October 2007, 16:36
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The reaction is self defence actually, I got tired of the muttering.

I'm happy to send it to Till, the question is how? Do PM's allow attachments?

Rgds

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Old 4th October 2007, 16:38
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Hi again,

Please send him a PM an ask for instructions.
Thanks for your help again!
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somehow late but anyway...

i did some investigation on that problem and solved it within this thread:
http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=31787

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