[kdepim-users] Character encoding in KMail

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Tue Feb 3 16:32:38 GMT 2009

On Tuesday 03 February 2009 16:15:39 Kishore wrote:
> On Tuesday 03 Feb 2009 3:47:08 pm Anne Wilson wrote:
> > A new development for me is that when I reply to some messages I get a
> > warning about characters that can not be displayed, and asked whether to
> > drop the characters or change the encoding.  I have looked over the
> > messages in question and don't see anything unusual about them.  Can
> > anyone tell me more about this?
> >
> > I can see the use where there are obvious character problems, even though
> > I can't recognise the problem with regard to Kishore's messages to
> > kde at mail.kde.org which is where the problem is now showing up.
> I've never heard that before. Does that appear in my mails to only that
> list or this too?

Now isn't that interesting?  It went off without asking me.  I can't think of 
anything that I've changed, either.  I'll send a test on the other list.

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