[RCU] forward as html with attachment: "failed to send message"
bob at computerisms.ca
Wed Nov 9 08:08:44 CET 2016
I meant to report back on this quite a while ago. I found that by
disabling the plugin called "Prevent Sending Spam" seems to have solved
the problem. At least nobody is reporting any further problems...
On 2016-09-10 02:56 PM, Bob Miller wrote:
> Hello Again,
> Unfortunately it seems my problem has returned. Specifically that when a
> mail is forwarded or replied to in html, and the mail has attachments,
> the user is presented with an error "failed to send message" when
> clicking the send button.
> The same user that reported it last time says it is still happening. She
> cannot determine if she has successfully forwarded an html message with
> an attachment since I last upgraded, so all I can say is that I was not
> able to reproduce the issue after I upgraded to 1.1.5, but I am able to
> reproduce it now. in chrome and firefox.
> I have since upgraded to the latest 1.2.1, but there is no change in the
> I do use several of the old myroundcube plugins (and eagerly awaiting
> roundcube next for a new caldav/everything system). I have tried
> disabling most of them, and a number of standard plugins, one at a time.
> no change from doing that.
> I have enabled debug logging. I only see activity in the sql logs,
> where there are no apparent errors or failures, and the following
> warnings in the error log:
> Warning: Call to deprecated function get_input_value(); See bc.inc for
> Warning: Call to deprecated function get_table_name(); See bc.inc for
> Warning: Call to deprecated function write_log(); See bc.inc for
> I also see no activity in dovecot of mail server logs, so it seems to me
> the issue lies strictly within the compose page, as though the crafted
> mail does not pass validation and is therefor not moved forward to any
> kind of sending activity. On that theory, I got the source of the
> compose page and ran it through tidy. There were a pile of warnings,
> but nothing looked like an issue to me, and there were no errors.
> The only idea I have left to troubleshoot is to remove all the plugins
> and see if one of them is the issue. That would have to be scheduled
> for off-hours. If anyone has any further suggestions regarding how I
> might troubleshoot this, I would appreciate to hear them...
> On 2016-08-23 12:37 PM, Bob Miller wrote:
>>> ps. no matter what changelog says, always use most recent version in
>>> your branch. If you don't want 1.2, use 1.1.5.
>> Upgrade to 1.1.5 seems to have cleared the problem, and MyRoundcube
>> plugins are still all working...
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