[ingo] German characters with ingo

Martin Hochreiter linuxbox at wavenet.at
Wed Aug 18 10:42:14 UTC 2010

I agree with you AND I also know that ?utf-8? is a correct mime encoding
(and now the "but")
the autoanswer mail that arrives does not show the german umlaut the mail
has also "?utf-8?" in it ... Thunderbird, Outlook and Webmail is not able
to read that correctly altough the charset in the mailheader is utf-8 too



Jan Schneider wrote:
> Zitat von Martin Hochreiter <linuxbox at wavenet.at>:
>>  Hi!
>> I am using ingo with maildrop and we are suffering on two problems
>> if you enter a date into the from and to fields of a vacation message,
>> no mail arrives the mailbox anymore (and no vacation message is  
>> processed) - but
>> that is not the biggest problem.
>> The biggest things are german special characters (ü ö ä ) - I don't  
>> get ingo to
>> produce a vacation.msg with the correct german characters in it ...  
>> instead - i got
>> these characters: =?utf-8?b?w5ZzdGVycmVpY2hpc2NoZXM=?=
>> if a german character is in it.
> There's nothing wrong with that. That's "Österreichisches".
> Jan.
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