[kmail2] [Bug 330581] New: Composer auto-completed address entry with recipient name not valid for mail sending
lassi.vaatamoinen at gmail.com
Thu Jan 30 14:12:19 GMT 2014
Bug ID: 330581
Summary: Composer auto-completed address entry with recipient
name not valid for mail sending
Platform: Kubuntu Packages
Assignee: kdepim-bugs at kde.org
Reporter: lassi.vaatamoinen at gmail.com
During message composing, when adding recipients, composer offers
auto-completed recipient entries from "Contacts found in your data" with format
Surname, First <first.surname at mymail.com>
Message sending with such entries fail.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start KMail with previously received messages (and message sender info added
2. Start composing new message
3. Add a recipient of format: Surname, First <first.surname at mymail.com>
Error message pops up:
"Surname at host
The email address you entered is not valid because it does not contain a '.'.
You will not create valid messages if you do not change your address."
(Previously the message actually got sent, and user received "invalid
recipient" messages from the mailing system.)
Message could be sent successfully.
Considering this is a major, as very basic use case is not working, causing
very annoying issues in daily use.
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