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Getting FakeMail on CentOS to display HTML emails correctly in log

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EXTREMELY novice CentOs admin.  We have implemented Fakemail in our testing environment to capture emails so they aren't sent to real users. The email display in the log, but shows the control charectors mixtype, etc. I am desperate for these emails to be viewable in the log but display HTML. Again, novice so please give me step by step on you ideas for correcting this. I have been able to open the individual files in Thunderbird and it seems to be OK, but I don't see images.


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Updating Railo to the newest revision allowed it to display the mail correctly, best possible solution. However, I was able to open the individual fakemail files in Thunderbird and see them formatted correctly also.  
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Make sure you have updated both Railo AND then the .jars
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