Hi All, I'm using Ivy Mail (ivy 7.1) to sending email.

Now I have a need to override the mail's sender, I'm using a variable with name "in.from" and set to From field of Ivy mail (like below picture). alt text If value of From field is in English -> It's work. (my text: George Jones < SharedGroup.Org>)

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But if my text is in German language, the sender will not be displayed correctly anymore (below picture)
(For example the value of sender's text is: George á Jones < SharedGroup.Org> )

It also auto append 2 double quote string to my text.

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Is there any way to define the charset utf-8 for the sender's name?

Like in Java mail we have: new InternetAddress("abc@gmail.com", "吃在华科", "UTF-8")

Thank you!

asked 27.09 at 11:35

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edited 27.09 at 11:37


Hi

This is a bug. I reported it as

XIVY-2913 Use UTF-8 to encode mail addresses (to, from, cc, bcc, replyTo)

Regards

Reto Weiss, Axon.ivy Support

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answered 28.09 at 03:46

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thanks for the infor!

(28.09 at 05:31) nhthang nhthang's gravatar image

bug is now fixed and available with release 7.0.8 or with 7.2

(15.10 at 03:05) Reguel Werme... ♦♦ Reguel%20Wermelinger's gravatar image
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