Same IOS issue here , using Linux Fedora 20, with update OpenSSL libs and Kernel.
We have too many IOS users to ignore, so we reverted.
This vulnerability has been there undetected for ~3 years, so we will wait for a proper fix.
IF you revert, all future message will be delivered completely to smartphone. (eliminates suspicion of OS and lib updates)
If you power off the phone and on again, most of the missing message bodies will then display.
However, if the message is an HTML-only content message, the phone may still say "this message has no content"
All "no content messages" do display correctly on Surgeweb.
From: Christopher Greiner <ChristopherHIDDEN@email@example.com>
Date: Wednesday, 04/09/2014 10:41 AM
I've just had someone ask me why their attachments were not working on
their iPhone... I automatically assumed it was due to their bloated
signature but I might be experiencing the same bug with 66c1 on linux
64. I'm not reverting for obvious security reasons.
On 09. 04. 14 16:28, Chris Ferebee wrote:
Running SurgeMail 6.6c-1 on SmartOS (Solaris-x64), I found that users could not retrieve email over IMAP using iOS 7.1 Apple Mail.. Attachments and/or the entire message body would not load.
I reverted to 6.6a-1 before I could do further testing. We are now vulnerable again, but iOS Mail works.
Waiting to hear from support on this, but if anybody is running 6.6c-1 on Solaris-x64 without seeing this issue I'd be happy to hear about it and would start looking for problems on my end.