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html emails

I have a user that does not get the error "Groupwise has prevented
images on this page from displaying" when opening an html email. All
images just show as a red X.

Checked there options, Always show warning is checked in default
actions.

Running gw2012sp2 (build 108211) on win7pro 64bit.

Suggestions?

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Stevo
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Re: html emails

In article <EXHwu.2448$FD5.1498@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Stevo
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> I have a user that does not get the error "Groupwise has prevented
> images on this page from displaying" when opening an html email. All
> images just show as a red X.
>

Does this problem follow the user to other systems? Or does this
problem also happen to others using this system?
I would suspect the later and that the integration with the local html
engine (IE) is what is the issue.


> Suggestions?

Get ready to celebrate New Years instead of haunting the forums, oh,
wait, what am I doing here even closer to it than you are, better go
follow my own advice 😉


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Re: html emails

Andy Konecny sounds like they 'said':

> Does this problem follow the user to other systems? Or does this
> problem also happen to others using this system?
> I would suspect the later and that the integration with the local
> html engine (IE) is what is the issue.


So my response to Andy's comment is...

This came up with a different email now as well. It is a newsletter
(to the HR dept so this has the possibility of causing all kinds of
headache).

If I get this email forwarded to me, I do get prompted to view images
if I view it as html. When I click to view images, they do not show up
though.

I forwarded this email to a personal email account of mine, read the
email via web browser and it seems to show up fine.

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Re: html emails

In article <ushzu.2826$FD5.2525@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Stevo
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> If I get this email forwarded to me, I do get prompted to view images
> if I view it as html. When I click to view images, they do not show up
> though.


So if I understand you correctly, the user with the problem still has the
red Xes, but you get the prompt.
If so, my earlier comment still stands.
As for your system, did you view your personal account on the same PC as
you experienced the issue on GroupWise?
I take a close look at the actual HTML of the message and see if you can
isolate the image links, and then try them on their own.


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