Re: [Evolution] Characters not rendering correctly in mail

If this is IMAP, then I think it is probably related to the way IMAP
reconstructed the message (well, the charset is also bogus - but..) I
think that when IMAP reconstructs messages with broken charsets, the
charset detection code either doesn't run -or- the results get

I dug into this at one point but don't remember the exact problem (it's
irrelevant in 1.5 anyhow, so it doesn't really matter)

If this is IMAP and the declared charset is something like iso-8859-1
and it is really windows-1252 or whatever, don't bother submitting a new



On Mon, 2004-02-16 at 19:54, Not Zed wrote:
Not sure, i guess create a bug report on, and attach
an example message.

Might just be a broken message, using some busted windows charset
instead of what it says it is (we have code to test for that case but
maybe its not working).  Or it could be an incomplete font, etc.

On Mon, 2004-02-16 at 11:44 -0500, Trey Sizemore wrote:

On Mon, 2004-02-16 at 00:49, Jeffrey Stedfast wrote:
he meant in the View menu ("default" in the menu means it uses the
charset specified by the mime part -or-, failing that, it uses your
configured charset)


It was already set to default.  Anything else I can do?



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