thunderbird is haunted ?
fred.schaer at free.fr
Wed May 21 19:40:06 BST 2008
Ahhhh... thanks ! It's sometimes not obvious to understand all these
"OP", "FYI", "AFAIK" and so on ;)
I found a thread about Thunderbird and UTF-8 : very funny :
Looks like UTF-8 for all emails is set in Display->fonts, and not in
"advanced" or "general" tabs, nor even in the "composing" tab...
I'll really consider giving kmail a try, I think...
By the way : what's the default mail software in Kubuntu ? I see no
other emailing software in K->Internet than Thunderbird ?
Maybe because I just upgraded from Gutsy...
Michael Leone a écrit :
> On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 1:44 PM, Frederic Schaer <fred.schaer at free.fr> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Thanks for all your answers :]
>> I'm going to set utf-8 in thunderbird, to see if it helps, as I always
>> answer "yes" anyway when I send the email ;)
>> (If you can tell me how to do that, that'd be wonderful !)
>> What's an "OP" by the way ?
> OP = Other Person
>> Dotan Cohen a écrit :
>>> 2008/5/21 Jonathan Kaye <jdkaye10 at yahoo.es>:
>>> Typically this arises when I use or I respond
>>>> to someone else who uses the "euro" symbol €.
>>> This is one of the reasons to use UTF-8 even if you only speak
>>> English. You can then have (c), (r), and other characters in your
>>> email as well. And your contacts who have other non-ASCII characters
>>> in their mail will appreciate not having their mbox files including
>>> mixed encodings.
>>> Dotan Cohen
>>> A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
>>> Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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