From: Thomas Widmann (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Nov 22 2003 - 07:11:42 EST
"Theodore H. Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I see a lot of garbage characters in the unicode digest.
> The same emails, however, display fine when emailed to me directly,
> (although I can't understand them sometimes ;o) but someone who speaks
> the correct language would).
> Is this a problem with my mailer, or the unicode digest program?
It is the digest program. As far as I can see, it simply concatenates
the messages without changing their encodings.
> I suppose the unicode digest should be responsible, for converting
> the emails, into UTF8 before merging. Even if the original seperate
> emails were in UTF16, or ISO-whatever, or Shift JIS, etc etc.
That would indeed be nice! And a nice demonstration of what one can
do with Unicode.
> I'm using Mail, for OSX 10.2.8, by the way.
I'm using Gnus, but it shouldn't make any difference.
-- Thomas Widmann, MA +44 141 419 9872 Glasgow, Scotland, EU email@example.com http://www.twid.bibulus.org
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