Re: [NTB] ISO? UTF ? How to set it
- Hi Don,
>> Characters like =FC =F6 =D4 are extended or Unicode characters that theIt could indeed be done that way. But the changes must not be saved or
>> sender's mail client has encoded using a method called quoted-printable
>> encoding. So what you're seeing is not a NoteTab issue. NoteTab is
>> simply displaying the text as it is stored in your mailbox file.
>> We're getting ready to release Mailbag Assistant later today. This new
>> update will display your UTF-8 messages correctly. Maybe that'll be a
>> good solution for what you're trying to do.
> Or email the clips list with the affected characters and I bet an easy
> clip could be used?
the mailbox file will be corrupted and may not display correctly in
Thunderbird. So this can be a risky procedure.
- When I open my mailbox "Ticket Reservations" in NoteTab, mails have
different Content-Type lines, for example, one particular email:
>Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printableWhen I delete this lines, it makes no difference and the mails are
still displayed "correctly" in Thunderbird (i.e. the mailbox file is
not corrupted) but I still get odd characters instead of the umlauts
The problem is that - using the email with this Content-Type as an
example, I also have, as a subject
>From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Ferdi_Lösch?= <nobody@...>The iso-8859-1 etc. additions are because of the "ä" and ö of course.
The odd thing is that when I open the mailbox file in Windows' own
Editor, many words are displayed correctly.
But I am content to wait and see what the new addition will do :-)