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    Known issues in 11.0.1.x

    HTML Messages with mime-version: 1.1 incorrectly defined in header are not interpreted by webmail

    Not actually a bug as incorrect to declare MIME-Version: 1.1. Anyways, it will be adjusted so webmail still interprets such mails.

    For now, create a content filter:

    where Custom message header matches MIME-Version: 1.1
    Edit message header (click on header and set action to delete header MIME-Version: 1.1)

    Will be fixed in 11.2.
    Last edited by IceWarpHQ Michael; 02-18-2015 at 08:18 AM. Reason: Development: MIME-Version header normalized

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    If you connect with remote administration console 11.0.1 or 11.0.1.1 to some x64bit Linux, the console shows that the GroupWare service is not running.


    Fixed in 11.0.1.2
    Last edited by IceWarp - Chris Knott; 07-01-2014 at 10:42 AM.

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    When connected to a Linux IceWarp server, attempting to create a certificate request results in the files existing on disk but not appearing in the admin console. The files can be assembled to make the cert and the cert can be added. Use of wildcard may or may not have some effect.

    Solution: Merge certificates manually as per IceWarp documentation.

    Fixed in 11.0.2.
    Last edited by flaviozluca; 07-01-2014 at 04:15 PM.

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    When using domain header/footer, attachments and images can be stripped (lost) from outgoing emails, or fonts can appear malformed.

    Identified cause:
    - premature termination of message transmission (and continual resends or truncated messages) due to single period on a line in the sent body
    - huge fonts in HTML formatted messages due to disappearing periods in the tags

    Fixed in 11.0.1.2
    Last edited by IceWarp - Chris Knott; 07-01-2014 at 10:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flaviozluca View Post
    HTML Messages with mime-version: 1.1 incorrectly defined in header are not interpreted by webmail

    Not actually a bug as incorrect to declare MIME-Version: 1.1. Anyways, it will be adjusted so webmail still interprets such mails.

    For now, create a content filter:

    where customer header matches MIME-Version: 1.1
    Edit message header (click on header and set action to delete header MIME-Version: 1.1)

    Not fixed yet in official release.
    not sure but do you mean 'custom header matches'? also would we put this 'content filter' under 'mail>rules>rules' or 'mail>rules>content filter' I get a bit confused here.

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    Hi Peter,

    Where Custom message header matches MIME-Version: 1.1
    Edit message header

    The content filter should be in the same place as your Fix RFC822 violation filter (Content Filter tab).

    This only applies to customers who had trouble receiving messages from some automated system which included the incorrect MIME version definition and couldn't be fixed on the source. These cases are already handled in the upcoming version 11.2 so preferably wait for the new version before applying the filter (it consumes server resources and you can easily forget to disable it in the future).

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