> On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 08:28:27PM -0500, Jim Ohlstein wrote:
>> On 2/19/11 6:14 PM, Maxim Dounin wrote:
>>> On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 12:05:17PM -0500, Jim Ohlstein wrote:
>>>>> And as far as this indeed affects mailing list and forum,
>>>>> including people in this particular thread (note several messages
>>>>> with incorrect configs due to<NAME> being stripped) - I don't
>>> Just a side note: you mail client seems to unable to handle<NAME>
>>> correctly as well.
>> Really? Attached are screen shots of the last email I sent which
>> included several usages of that string. I use Thunderbird/3.1.7
>> (Mac) and the mail is sent via Google Apps. Screen captures are
>> attached from both the sent folder from my client and that of the
>> Google web client. They look OK to me.
> Really. Number of spaces before and after is garbled.
I see that now. Once again specificity is lacking. Your words were "Just
a side note: you mail client seems to unable to handle <NAME>
correctly as well.". I was looking at the string itself, and its
contents seem to be handled normally. I would have formatted your
Just a side note: you mail client seems to unable to handle " <NAME> "
correctly as well.
That would have directed a dummy like myself to look at the spacing.
Again, I can't read your mind.
This does not affect a configuration such as
Or at least not in my testing here.
Also, in my testing here the following string:
<name> <name> blah <name>
rendered with spaces.
The problem is likely a charset issue and appears to be a bug in the
conversion. You use "us-ascii" and I use "ISO-8859-1".