[Bug 145429] [gutsy] latest thunderbird does not warn anymore about unencodable glyphs in recipient name (regression, UTF-8)
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Thu Sep 27 01:12:47 UTC 2007
Public bug reported:
Binary package hint: mozilla-thunderbird
Version 1.5 of Thunderbird used to warn me when I tried to send a mail
to my friend 武, for example, that the character cannot be encoded in my
standard ISO-8859-1 encoding and whether I want to send the mail in
UTF-8. The latest version in gutsy (version 126.96.36.199 (20070924)) fails
to do that and just sends the message which results in the name being
replaced by question mark(s).
** Affects: mozilla-thunderbird (Ubuntu)
[gutsy] latest thunderbird does not warn anymore about unencodable glyphs in recipient name (regression, UTF-8)
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