In this email that I am sending, the "To:" field of the original message should have "François" as is. Do you know why?
On 7/3/19, Kevin J. McCarthy <ke...@8t8.us> wrote: > On Wed, Jul 03, 2019 at 01:27:02PM -0500, Peng Yu wrote: >>"François" in the "To:" filed will be encoded as >>"=?utf-8?B?RnJhbsOnb2lz?=". Is there a way to just use "François" >>without being encoded in the "To:" field? Thanks. > > The rfc2047 encoding is required for non-ascii characters in certain > parts of the message header. There is no config variable to disable > (only) it. > > That said, unsetting $charset will turn off the encoding process. > However, it will also break many many other things in mutt. > > -- > Kevin J. McCarthy > GPG Fingerprint: 8975 A9B3 3AA3 7910 385C 5308 ADEF 7684 8031 6BDA > -- Regards, Peng