Bug#920423: sogo: Exception thrown on "rich" email view after 4.0.5 upgrade (from 3.2.6)

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Bug#920423: sogo: Exception thrown on "rich" email view after 4.0.5 upgrade (from 3.2.6)

Jordi Mallach
Hi Matthew, apologies for the late reply,

El dv. 25 de 01 de 2019 a les 10:15 +0000, en/na Matthew Hall va
escriure:

> Package: sogo
> Version: 4.0.5-2
> Severity: grave
> Justification: renders package unusable
>
> Dear Maintainer,
>
> I’ve just upgraded (and due to reasons entirely my fault, I’ve
> realised I have no downgrade path… backup fail) from 3.2.6 (I believe
> it was) to 4.0.5.
>
> It’s a Debian box, using the “official Debian sogo packages” - I’m
> now running on Debian Buster (due for release later this year).
>
> Everything is working a charm - upgrading the database appears to
> have worked perfectly - all except the “/view” URL used by the AJAX
> UI for retrieving a “rich” email from a folder...
> (So by extension, I simply cannot view emails in the SOGo webmail
> client.)

Interesting. It works for me using an internal backport to stretch.

Have you tried downgrading to 4.0.4?
https://snapshot.debian.org/archive/debian/20181227T030651Z/pool/main/s/sogo/sogo_4.0.4-2_amd64.deb
and
https://snapshot.debian.org/archive/debian/20181227T030651Z/pool/main/s/sogo/sogo-common_4.0.4-2_all.deb

Let me know if this version works,
Jordi
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Bug#920423: sogo: Exception thrown on "rich" email view after 4.0.5 upgrade (from 3.2.6)

Jordi Mallach
El dj. 31 de 01 de 2019 a les 20:06 +0000, en/na Matthew Hall va
escriure:

> No problem!
>
> It seems to actually be a known issue(?) with SOGo upstream, I’ve
> managed to open a bug report on there own tracker:
>
> https://sogo.nu/bugs/view.php?id=4659
>
> Looks like at least one other punter is having the same issue, which
> I guess makes it reproducible!
>
> Presumably the Debian package will be rebuilt from their sources once
> they’ve patched it?

Yes, once there's a patch we would include it in our version ASAP.

If you're monitoring the issue, feel free to ping us here if you see a
fix has landed.

Jordi
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