Difference between revisions of "Composing a new message causes an authentication window to appear"

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===<h1>Composing a new message causes an authentication window to appear</h1>===
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=Composing a new message causes an authentication window to appear=
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====Problem====
 
Composing a new message causes an authentication window to appear
 
Composing a new message causes an authentication window to appear
  
<h2>Solution:</h2>
 
  
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====Solution====
 
This comes up because the user's signature consists of an image that isn't publicly accessible.
 
This comes up because the user's signature consists of an image that isn't publicly accessible.
  
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=====Step 1=====
 
To fix this, first set the ''zimbraPublicHostname'' to a publicly accessible hostname :
 
To fix this, first set the ''zimbraPublicHostname'' to a publicly accessible hostname :
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zmprov md example.com zimbraPublicServiceHostname mail.example.com
  
zmprov md example.com zimbraPublicServiceHostname mail.example.com
 
  
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=====Step 2===== 
 
And then check the user's signature for any image that is accessed by an internal hostname :
 
And then check the user's signature for any image that is accessed by an internal hostname :
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zmprov gsig user@castlebranch.com
  
zmprov gsig user@castlebranch.com
 
  
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=====Step 3=====
 
If there is one, reattach the image so that the new value of ''zimbraPublicServiceHostname'' is picked up.
 
If there is one, reattach the image so that the new value of ''zimbraPublicServiceHostname'' is picked up.
  
  
 
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Submitted by:  Shashank Tewari
 
Submitted by:  Shashank Tewari

Revision as of 00:20, 31 July 2018

Composing a new message causes an authentication window to appear


Problem

Composing a new message causes an authentication window to appear


Solution

This comes up because the user's signature consists of an image that isn't publicly accessible.


Step 1

To fix this, first set the zimbraPublicHostname to a publicly accessible hostname :

zmprov md example.com zimbraPublicServiceHostname mail.example.com


Step 2

And then check the user's signature for any image that is accessed by an internal hostname :

zmprov gsig user@castlebranch.com


Step 3

If there is one, reattach the image so that the new value of zimbraPublicServiceHostname is picked up.


This external link contains more information about formatting.

Submitted by: Shashank Tewari
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