[horde] Horde 4 and attachments in mail view
xavier.montagutelli at unilim.fr
Wed Feb 29 09:03:19 UTC 2012
On Monday 27 February 2012 23:07:02 Andreas Mauser wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> ----- Nachricht von Michael M Slusarz <slusarz at horde.org> ---------
> Datum: Mon, 27 Feb 2012 00:01:27 -0700
> Von: Michael M Slusarz <slusarz at horde.org>
> Betreff: Re: [horde] Horde 4 and attachments in mail view
> An: horde at lists.horde.org
> > Quoting Andreas Mauser <andreas at mauser.info>:
> >> with Horde 3 an email with an attachment was not shown with an
> >> attachment sign in the mail list.
> >> On my new webserver I have this same behaviour. Is there a solution
> >> that an icon comes up? I have seen in the settings that there
> >> should be an icon.
Did you try the following IMP preference ?
$_prefs['atc_flag']['value'] = 1;
Be aware that this preference is time consuming ...
> > Then those messages do NOT contain an attachment. You have to
> > understand that what *you* might think is an attachment is not
> > necessarily an attachment. E.g. a multipart/related message, with
> > images displayed in the message -- those images are NOT attachments.
> > This is one of the reasons why implementing message forwarding to
> > display the list of attachments to select/de-select is an absolutely
> > terrible idea. Attachments, as defined at the MIME level, really
> > have NO correlation with what a user might reasonably think is an
> > attachment. Most MIME attachments are not discrete files that can
> > be easily downloaded, at least with current browsers/Operating
> > Systems.
> > michael
> Thank you for explaining that well and I fully agree on that.
> I just sent an email with an attachment to myself, it arrives, I get a
> notification, then I click on my Inbox and the only icons on the left
> I can see is 'Personal' and Unread'.
> Only when I open the email I can see that it contains an attachment,
> in my case a simple .odt file.
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