|Author/Date||Autozip fails when logged in as user|
|I'm using the lastest win32 iScribe (v1.88) and having trouble with the Autozip plugin.
The plugin is configured correctly and everything works fine when logged in as Administrator.
However, when logged in as User, I get the error "The file is 0 bytes" when sending a mail with an attachment.
The message arrives OK, but the attachment hasn't been sent.
Security permissions on the file to be zipped are Full Control for Authenticated Users, System & Admin.
I'm running Windows Server 2003 SP1.
The autozip feature would be very useful for someone who
finds using WinZIP, WinRAR etc too complicated.
There are also security benefits when connected to the net
as a User rather than an Administrator. It's a shame that
Autozip doesn't appear to function correctly under User.
Have you looked at this yet? I did send you a debug file.
|I had a look at this tonight.
Have you configured the recipient contact record to use Autozip? I forgot to do that and of course it did nothing.
It's too late to look at it anymore so I'm off to bed.
|Thanks for replying
The Contact Record is configured to use Autozip and
everything works fine when logged in as Administrator.
When logged in as User, it fails to send any file at all.
It seems for certain that it's a User/Admin problem.
|I was just wondering if you'd made any progress on this
and if this bug will be fixed for the next release.