We will fix in the next build.
On Monday 21/03/2011 at 9:58 am, Eric Vey wrote:
> I am getting mail now that uses UTF-8 in the subject line and
> sometimes the From line, too. I dunno how they do that, but there it
> Most of the time it is spam and I get mail that way when it doesn't
> use Latin characters. Korean, Chinese, Japanese and Cyrillic is the
> most common, and I would like to be able to set up a filter to filter
> them out (since nobody here can read those) but I can't yet do that.
> So, when I see a long list of characters starting with =? in the list
> of quarantine/pending page, my first impulse is to click the is spam
> BUT more recently, a US company sending out legitimate email to their
> list has begun using UTF-8 their email from and subject lines, too. So
> now, I have to watch things a lot closer than I did, else I
> accidentally kill legitimate email. In other words, I have to think
> and that makes my head hurt.
> here is the subject line of a legitimate email:
> here is the From line:
> So can this be fixed?
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