[ngw] Missing HTML Contents
JBrugaletta at braytonlaw.com
Wed Oct 26 16:24:06 UTC 2016
Try a newer client.. had many issues with older clients and HTML emails
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>>> "Mario Gingras" <MGingras at laurentian.ca> 10/26/2016 6:02 AM >>>
I'm running GW 14.2.0 on SLES 11 SP4. Nothing has changed for months but we are now seeing messages where the HTML content is missing. To the user, the message appears blank until you switch to text-only and the contents show up. I have no clue where to start troubleshooting this problem.
I've looked at the log files but nothing stands out. As far as I know, the messages are only internal. I haven't heard of anything external so far but that doesn't mean it's not happening. The problem seems to be only within one domain with multiple post offices. The "empty" messages originate from and go to all post offices within that domain.
Any ideas before I call tech support?
Thanks in advance.
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