[RCU] Change default charset

Marcus Gmail marcus.jabber at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 18:42:57 CEST 2009


First of All,  my apologies if you can't understand my message, but my 
English is terrible.

I use the latest svn version  then I can change my default charset of 
RC, but I can't solve my problem.

I noticed that my problem wasn't in charset configuration, but among 
caracteres in subject.

I am not sure if it is a roundcube problem or "postfix + courier" 
problem or both.

Everytime that my subject have special character (áàçã) and It also have 
more than 32 characters, my message arrived strange format and without 
attachment in email client.

See below:

Original Subject: [Fw: FW: FW:  Homologação - Novos Clubes Record -]


MIME-Version: 1.0
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 17:32:12 -0300
From: <lalauser at i-brasiltec.com.br>
Message-ID: <da24243c9b88db2b44eab7da4892b8cc at>
X-Sender: lalauser at i-brasiltec.com.br
User-Agent: RoundCube Webmail/0.2.1
Content-Type: multipart/mixed;

Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"


However I sended a same message but It had short subject (less 32 characters). It works perfectly.

I am confused.

Thans a lot! 

Marcus Gmail escreveu:
> I follow this "Changeset" http://trac.roundcube.net/changeset/2672 and 
> I am going to try. As soon as possible I tell you.
> Thanks a lot.
> chasd escreveu:
>> On Jun 22, 2009, at 9:48 AM, Marcus Gmail wrote:
>>> Any idea?
>> RC uses UTF-8 by default, which is a Good Thing, and works best for  
>> most situations.
>> If you have a specific need, you might want to deviate from the default.
>> ( I think your other systems should be switched to UTF-8,
>> rather than switching RC to ISO-8859-1. )
>> You may need to change this in index.php
>> define('RCMAIL_CHARSET', 'UTF-8');
>> I found that by using this shell command :
>> find /var/www/roundcube -name '*.php' -exec grep -l UTF {} \;
>> and then grepping each of the resulting files for UTF.
>> You may be using a different version of RC than I am, so that  
>> constant might be defined in a different file.
>> There may be other places where UTF-8 is hard coded, grep the *.inc  
>> files.
>> Changing the default charset  might break other things, even if it  
>> fixes the problem you are trying to fix.

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