Dear all,

since the end of 2016 we are able to store utf-8 / unicode characters in mssql databases (see #2210 - How to store mandarin chinese text into a MsSql database). But we tried to use this posibility with the mail activity. But we have no succes :-(

The internal fields in the data clause which will be passed to the mail are correct. But the result will show ? for each unicode character. For exanple: CHANGE: Expiration date changed ????SHANGHAI

What can we do that the sended / received mails will contain unicode characters.

Best Regards Dieter

asked 11.05 at 10:39

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Hi

We will add support for Unicode characters in Mail subject and content with version 5.0.12, 6.0.8 and 6.7.

Regards

Reto Weiss, Axon.ivy Support

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answered 08.06 at 03:59

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Dear Reto, thank you the answer. Please can you tell me the release date of the versions.

Regards.

Dieter

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It is not yet defined. Most of the time we release if we have some bugs fixed on this versions. If you need it asap I could also provide you a hotfix.

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