Re: [Evolution] Display issue...

On Tue, 2013-04-30 at 14:36 +0100, Pete Biggs wrote:
It means you don't have the correct character set installed.  You need
to find out what encoding and character set the message is expecting
to be displayed in (it's usually in the headers) and then install the
correct font set for your system.

from the recent past experience, some messages either do not claim what
charset they use, or they claim an incorrect one (or, as David didn't
tell which evolution or from where (IMAP/POP/...) the messages are
coming, the plugin during conversion (like evolution-mapi or
evolution-ews) advertised incorrect charset to the mailer).

David, you can view the source (Ctrl+U) and search for "charset" (quotes
for clarity only), to see whether there are any such headers, the
relevant header is Content-Type (that Pete already suggested).

You can also tell evolution to use a different charset than the one
detected, at View->Character Encoding->... menu (at the very bottom of
the View menu), though there were some fixes to make it work within [1].


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