Loading...
 
Features / Usability

Features / Usability


Re: Re: Double-byte Mail fails in Webmail

United Kingdom


Ok, could be a little difficult for me to grasp without under the japanese characters. but is it similar to having the character set set to UTF-8?

> rcogley:
> Thank you Damian biggrin - it's the subject and the body of the mail, and the character set I suppose. If the character set were set to japanese, and the body and subject were somehow converted so they handle the japanese character entities well, I think it would be no problem.
>
> Some links:
>
> * mb functions with code that purportedly works
> http://www.phpbuilder.com/tips/item.php?id=516
>
> * various multibyte function info including some short code:
> http://www.imodeindia.com/linux/linux_show.asp?article_id=40
>
> * see the "mbstring" comments by one Japanese dev:
> http://www.mail-archive.com/php-i18n@lists.php.net/msg00066.html
>
> Could code be added to the mail library that does a CASE and says "if the site or user lang is = japanese, then do this other code here." Or however... ?
>
> Best,
> Rick
>

Upcoming Events

No records to display

Why Register?

Register at tiki.org and you'll be able to use the account at any *.tiki.org site, thanks to the InterTiki feature. A valid email address is required to receive site notifications and occasional newsletters. You can opt out of these items at any time.