[horde] enable UTF-8 then cause these problems
david at thbuo.gov.tw
Mon Jan 27 09:12:45 PST 2003
¤Þ¥Î Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>:
> Zitat von David Chang <david at thbuo.gov.tw>:
> > > > c. Chinese folders does not look correct after UTF-8 used.Can IMP
> > > > automaticly
> > > > handle folder name to transfer into UTF-8 ? Or user got manualy
> > rename
> > > > every
> > > > folder name one by one ?
> > >
> > > This should work automatically. I didn't have any problems creating
> > Chinese
> > > named folders here with IMP or with other MUAs and seeing them
> > correctly
> > > displayed in IMP.
> > > I use some new features of the mbstring extension to handle this, but
> > if it
> > > doesn't work (because your PHP is too old), it should fall back to the
> > old
> > > encoding method.
> > >
> > > That means if you used to be able to create Chinese folder names you
> > still
> > > should. If you never were but want to do so, you should upgrade your
> > PHP.
> > >
> > > Jan.
> > Hi Jan:
> > Folders that created (before UTF-8 enable) with Chinese format ,did not
> > display
> > in Chinese format since UTF-8 was enabled.
> How did you create the folders? With IMP? With another mail client.
Old folder was created by IMP (which UTF is disable).
> > I thnk my PHP should the new
> > enough
> > (PHP 4.3.0).So, what should i do ?
> Yes it is. Did you disable the mbstring settings in php.ini? These aren't
> necessary anymore if you enable utf support in Horde and I don't know if
> they perhaps interfere.
All setting about mbstring are disable. UTF support is true in
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