[Bug: 21.4.12] mail-extr.el broken for ISO-8859-2
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Thu Mar 4 00:36:10 EST 2004
>>>>> "Simon" == Simon Josefsson <jas at extundo.com> writes:
Simon> Put simpler: QP decode followed by address splitting
Simon> doesn't work. Mail standards wasn't written that way.
I think Simon is correct here. Since RFC 2822 specifies that the
header will entirely be in 7-bit ASCII, it has to be parsed in that
form, then the components decoded.
In general, BBDB is just not multilingual. BBDB occasionally trashes
my .bbdb because from time to time will read or save the database in a
different encoding from the original.
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