[ngw] GW 8 - Little bug with attachments containing forward slash
Peter Van Lone
petervl at gmail.com
Wed Apr 7 12:35:12 UTC 2010
slashes are not legal characters in a file name. The fact that it works AT
ALL is remarkable to me. The sender should be enlightened.
On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 6:45 PM, Jeffrey Sessler <Jeff at scrippscollege.edu>wrote:
> Here's an interesting bug I found concerning attachment names with a
> forward slash in them, and GW 8.0.1HP Webaccess. There are partial problems
> in both the Mac and Windows clients too.
> I had a user with a email containing several attachments and she was unable
> to view/open/save-as in Webaccess. Browser didn't seem to matter.
> Both attachment names, as displayed in Webaccess, ended with a date e.g.
> "My File for you 3/19/10.pdf"
> On webaccess, I could see the attachment names, but when I clicked on
> view/open/save-as I'd get a 404-Object not found error.
> On Win/Mac GW 8 client, both attachments where there, but had names
> shortened to just "10.PDF" , but they would still open and were viewable.
> So, it appears that GroupWise is not handling the forward slash properly
> when it appears in an attachment's name. For Webaccess it results in an
> inability to access the attachment. For Win/Mac Client, the attachment name
> gets mangled.
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