Message Source not configured properly?

Geoffrey McCaleb geoffrey at
Fri Oct 7 20:59:13 CEST 2005

Hi Jon,
Thanks for your note. But its not really a browser issue. The problem
(for me at least) seems to be that the receiver of the mail gets the
body and header scrambled. If I send a mail to myself, the display seems

Its a weird problem. I've got two other webmail packages on my server
(IlohaMail & Horde) and they don't experience the same problem.



On 10/7/2005, "Jon Wolf" <wolf at> wrote:

>I also upgraded to today's release and am not experiancing that problem in either of my browsers (Firefox 1.5 Beta 1; Opera 8.5).
>On Fri, 07 Oct 2005 17:24:28 -0100, "Geoffrey McCaleb" <geoffrey at> wrote:
>> I've tried upgrading to the latest version and the problem still persists
>> (was using 0.1-20050820, now on the build released today 0.1-20051007).
>> Am I the only one getting this problem? Here is a screenshot if my
>> description was too confusing.
>> (while the above shows the problem in gmail, I get the same when sending
>> to my work account which uses MS Outlook).
>> Thanks everyone,
>> Geoffrey
>> On 10/7/2005, "Geoffrey McCaleb" <geoffrey at> wrote:
>>>Hi All,
>>>First off, just wanted to say what a great mail package RoundCube is. Its
>>>fully featured, looks great, and simply is an amazing package!
>>>Sadly, I have a problem that is keeping me from using it. When sending
>>>mail it seems that the message body somehow gets mixed with the header
>>>(or vice versa).
>>>I've tried sending mails to gmail, and my work account. In both cases,
>>>the message source looks like so:
>>>From: Geoffrey McCaleb <geoffrey at>
>>>Message-ID: <e991f295cfe46cb15888fc09062011fb at osiris>
>>>X-Sender: geoffrey at
>>>User-Agent: RoundCube Webmail/0.1a
>>>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"
>>>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>>>Return-Path: geoffrey at
>>>X-CTCH-ID: _C77A15DC-8C41-4BF6-87F4-09DB82AE628E_
>>>X-CTCH-RefID: 0001.0A090205.43464939.0029-A-
>>>X-CTCH-Action: Ignore
>>>X-OriginalArrivalTime: 07 Oct 2005 10:15:25.0453 (UTC)
>>>This is another test.
>>>The body of the mail should have just been: "This is another test".
>>>Any idea what the problem might be?

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