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AEM 6.5 eml files and firefox

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25-11-2020

Hi community! I have a strange behavior with eml files, firefox and AEM 6.5

I am working with Firefox and when I click on link with eml file, my enviroment with AEM 6.3 detects it as mail file, but AEM 6.5 detect it as txt file.  How can I force that AEM 6.5 read my link as mail message?

Mails on DAM have same metadata and ajax request has same characteristics too.

 

PRO environment with AEM 6.3

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PRE Enviroment with AEM 6.5

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I have reviewed than field type on request is different on both enviroment, but it is a link and we do not force type on any enviroment. Anyone knows why AEM 6.5 on firefox define request as plain instead of rfc825/message?

PRO: 

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PRE:

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Thanks!!

 

 

 

 

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25-11-2020

Did you check your dispatcher configurations for headers?

content-disposition settings. (inline / attachment etc)