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Web Access multiple file attachment bug

Running 2012 WebAccess build 99876 (the internal build with the Time Zone fix) and a few of my users have alerted me to a problem attaching files in Web Access:

Say you have files "A" "B" and "C" and you compose an email and attach those three files in that order - in the compose window they will show as all three files being attached with the correct sizes. When you send the message the recipient will only get the last file you attached ("C"). Looking at the sent item just created will confirm that the other two attachments disappeared.

I've been able to reproduce this behavior in IE and Chrome on Windows 7. Anyone else seen this behavior?
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Re: Web Access multiple file attachment bug

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Web Access multiple file attachment bug

Just done a test with my Webaccess and I have to say that worked with
all three attachments without issues. (firefox on W7)

Try sending something to me and we can see what the headers say

T



On Thu, 26 Apr 2012 14:06:02 GMT, MLWeiner
<MLWeiner@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
>Running 2012 WebAccess build 99876 (the internal build with the Time
>Zone fix) and a few of my users have alerted me to a problem attaching
>files in Web Access:
>
>Say you have files "A" "B" and "C" and you compose an email and attach
>those three files in that order - in the compose window they will show
>as all three files being attached with the correct sizes. When you send
>the message the recipient will only get the last file you attached
>("C"). Looking at the sent item just created will confirm that the
>other two attachments disappeared.
>
>I've been able to reproduce this behavior in IE and Chrome on Windows
>7. Anyone else seen this behavior?

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Web Access multiple file attachment bug

I have also tested the released 2012 code, so if you are able to
reproduce this every time then it could be a side effect from your
custom build.

T
On Tue, 01 May 2012 15:54:12 GMT, "Tim Heywood (NKP)"
<tim.heywood@private.nds8.co.uk.com> wrote:

>Just done a test with my Webaccess and I have to say that worked with
>all three attachments without issues. (firefox on W7)
>
>Try sending something to me and we can see what the headers say
>
>T
>
>
>
>On Thu, 26 Apr 2012 14:06:02 GMT, MLWeiner
><MLWeiner@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:
>
>>
>>Running 2012 WebAccess build 99876 (the internal build with the Time
>>Zone fix) and a few of my users have alerted me to a problem attaching
>>files in Web Access:
>>
>>Say you have files "A" "B" and "C" and you compose an email and attach
>>those three files in that order - in the compose window they will show
>>as all three files being attached with the correct sizes. When you send
>>the message the recipient will only get the last file you attached
>>("C"). Looking at the sent item just created will confirm that the
>>other two attachments disappeared.
>>
>>I've been able to reproduce this behavior in IE and Chrome on Windows
>>7. Anyone else seen this behavior?

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