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#2817 Bug option "reply" mensagem?

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nobody
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2014-03-23
2014-03-13
Filipe Cardoso
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I'm having an interesting problem, I have some messages in my inbox webmail access the message and when I click on the "reply" option'm redirected to the page with some fields already filled, one is the body of the received message containing the message with some characters ">" to identify the incoming message, well, my problem is that some messages occur not be filled, and some are, there is no standard.

Could you help me? I'm with this problem in a email account only, They've even removed the account and created again but still the problem persists.

I have attached some prints of the problem for clarity:

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  • Filipe Cardoso
    Filipe Cardoso
    2014-03-13

    I have attached some prints of the problem for clarity:

     
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  • LookingGlass
    LookingGlass
    2014-03-13

    I'm having the same problem (if I understand you correctly) and it's a recent thing. At first I thought it was just a problem with a specific account, but it's not, or to do with Options settings, but it's not ..

    I would express the problem/bug like this (please tell me if this is a different issue):

    When I reply to some emails, the body of the message contains the text of the message being replied to (plus my signature etc). However when I reply to other emails the body of the message is presented blank with only my signature.

     
  • Filipe Cardoso
    Filipe Cardoso
    2014-03-13

    That same LookingGlass!

    Is there any fix?

     
  • LookingGlass
    LookingGlass
    2014-03-13

    I have no idea Filipe, I'm here to try and find an answer! :D I have no detailed knowledge of emailing.

    UPDATE:
    I've compared the headers of five emails, two from the same sender. I compared the two from the same sender as replying to one resulted in the original being included in the body (OK - 3no) and the other didn't (NOT-OK - 2no). There were two lines of code in the NOT-OK one that didn't appear in the OK one - with me so far?

    Both these lines of code appeared in the other one of the NOT-OK email headers.

    The two lines of code are:

    References: <1304584810.79961.YahooMailNeo@web151605.mail.bf1.yahoo.com> <2965fdc8efa7a07a3219f63942462e97.squirrel@MyServer.net>
    In-Reply-To: <2965fdc8efa7a07a3219f63942462e97.squirrel@MyServer.net>

    Of the other two OK email headers both of the two lines appeared, but in (what appear to me to be) very different forms:

    References: <type=project&nid=113429&host=@drupal.org> <type=project&nid=2136028&cid=8562073&host=@drupal.org> <type=project&nid=2136028&revcount=1&host=@drupal.org>
    In-Reply-To: <type=project&nid=2136028&host=@drupal.org>

    ... err that's all I've got!

    Can anyone advise?

     
    Last edit: LookingGlass 2014-03-13
    • status: open --> closed-duplicate
     
    Last edit: Paul Lesniewski 2014-03-23