alec at alec.pl
Fri May 30 14:29:26 CEST 2008
> IMO not a good solution, it shouldn't be a forbidden character. Rather
> it should be escaped and allowed.
> Let me know if I forgot something.
It's not so simple. There's no universal way for escaping (there is?).
Thunderbird is not disallowing delimiter in names and shows non-existing
folders, but as long as we have not that behaviour, we should disallow
using delimiter to prevent from problems.
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