Posts to IT Toolbox groups are missing forwarded posts

Recently, I’ve noticed that my posts to every mailing list group on IT Toolbox are missing the forwarded posts. If I look at the “Sent Items” folder, the referenced post is there. However on the mailing list groups, it’s gone. Just the new message is there.

I’ve verified that using a different method, the attached messages are there. I used the Optimum web mail client.

Other groups I post to show the correct posting. Any ideas what could cause this?

TIA,
Hank Arnold (Microsoft MVP)

Hi, I’m not completely sure if I understand the question.
Do you have issues with viewing sent email in your sent folder? Are the sent items visible on the server?

Thank you,
Paul.

What happens is that I get an e-mail from one of the discussion groups on IT Toolbox (http://www.ittoolbox.com), e.g., “pc-hardware-I”. I then reply, attaching the original e-mail. If I look in my “Sent Items” folder, I see the complete message (my reply w/ the original message). When I get the e-mail from the group, my reply is there, but everything else that was attached is missing.

Here is an example of what happened just this morning.

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========= Original e-mail from “pc-hardware-l@groups.ittoolbox.com” ====

Reply from USER_2103431 on Apr 8 at 8:06 AM *sathish use below method *

*New Policies in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008*
In Windows Server 2008, there is a set of built-in policies on removable
storage access and installation. It makes restricting USB mass storage
devices easier. To use these policies, the client computers must run
Windows Vista or later. The following policies specify read and write
permission on all kinds of removable storage devices:

  1. Computer Configuration–>Policies–>Administrative
    Templates–>System–>Removable Storage Access

  2. User Configuration–>Policies–>Administrative
    Templates–>System–>Removable Storage Access
    The following policy controls the installation of removable storage device:

  3. Computer Configuration–>Policies–>Administrative
    Templates–>System–>Device Installation–>Device Installation Restrictions

---------------Original Message---------------
From: sathish1311
Sent: Tuesday, April 08, 2014 5:50 AM
Subject: Block USB drive through Active Directory

Dear all,i want to block usb flash drives through active director windows 2008 server, please anyone help. Thanks

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====== My reply (as seen in Sent Items folder) ====================

if disabled USB mass storage device using gpedit in windows7

  1. Reset the gpedit configuration Set All removable storage classes :
    deny all access to not configured
  2. Then Gpupdate
  3. Driver installation
    Device manager -> update driver -> browse : c -> windows ->inf->
    usbsstore.disabled (rename usbstore.disabled to usbstore.inf then select
    usbstore.inf) -> next Finish
  4. Restart the machine"

My problem with this is that we use external hard drives a lot.

Regards,
Hank Arnold

------ Original Message ------
From: “USER_2103431”
To: “Hank Arnold”
Sent: 4/8/2014 8:34:09 AM
Subject: Re: [pc-hardware-l] Block USB drive through Active Directory

Reply from USER_2103431 on Apr 8 at 8:30 AM if disabled USB mass storage device using gpedit in windows7

  1. Reset the gpedit configuration Set All removable storage classes :
    deny all access to not configured
  2. Then Gpupdate
  3. Driver installation
    Device manager -> update driver -> browse : c -> windows ->inf->
    usbsstore.disabled (rename usbstore.disabled to usbstore.inf then select
    usbstore.inf) -> next Finish
  4. Restart the machine

---------------Original Message---------------
From: sathish1311
Sent: Tuesday, April 08, 2014 8:21 AM
Subject: Block USB drive through Active Directory

I want to through ad and most of my client system running windows7
enterprises.

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===== This is what is posted in the group ====================

Question from Hank Arnold on Apr 9 at 4:10 AM "if disabled USB mass storage device using gpedit in windows7

  1. Reset the gpedit configuration Set All removable storage classes :
    deny all access to not configured
  2. Then Gpupdate
  3. Driver installation
    Device manager -> update driver -> browse : c -> windows ->inf->
    usbsstore.disabled (rename usbstore.disabled to usbstore.inf then select
    usbstore.inf) -> next Finish
  4. Restart the machine"

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My problem with this is that we use external hard drives a lot.

Regards,
Hank Arnold

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Hi again, if you’d attached some items for example messages or some documents etc. those are not transferred to a reply message so if someone’s replying to your email it won’t be attached anymore.

Attached files are still attached only if the second user would be using the forward feature.

Thank you,
Paul.

What bothers me is that it was working in the past. Perhaps a recent update to eM Client?

I don’t “attach” anything, I’m simply replyng to an e-mail.

Hi, so what exactly are you missing in the reply? You mentioned you’re missing some attachments of that email when somebody replies to an email you’ve replied to…

What version of eM Client are you currently using?

Thank you,
Paul.