Email replies to calendar invites are lost
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- In ConsoleOne, open the GWIA properties page
- Click on the POP3/IMAP4 tab and select "Settings"
- In the POP3 box, uncheck "Enable intruder detection"
This is caused by a quirky bit of behavior in the PO; if intruder detection is turned on,
the post office will think that the incoming message is not being granted access rights.
Here is a note from the engineer who fixed the bug, as it appears in the bug report:
On original sender`s GWIA you will see: 10:30:40 F37A MSG 83 Processing inbound message: /media/nss/DATA/926811/wpgate/newgwia/receive/e9fe5215.000 10:30:40 F37A MSG 83 Sender: email@example.com 10:30:40 F37A MSG 83 Recipient: firstname.lastname@example.org 10:30:40 F37A Successful login with client/server access: 220.127.116.11:1777 10:30:49 F37A MSG 83 Queuing to MTA and this has corresponding lines in his POA: 10:30:40 EFD5 C/S Login Linux ::GW Id=newuser :: 18.104.22.168 10:30:40 EFD5 Error: Attempt to do client/server actions with no access [D04F] User:newuser (newuser) It is enough to remove "Intruder Detection" on POP3 protocol - note, this protocol does not even need to be enabled ! Then it works: 10:29:20 EFD5 C/S Login Linux ::GW Id=newuser :: 22.214.171.124 10:29:20 EFD5 Processing update: user status record (newuser) 10:29:20 EFD5 Processing update: user status record (newuser)
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- Document ID:7011996
- Creation Date:20-MAR-13
- Modified Date:01-APR-13
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