On 08/02/2009 16:37, Jens Hatlak wrote:
> Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote:
>>  One message complained about improper characters in the message
>>  and asking me whether I wanted to send the message in utf-8 encoding.
> That's fixed in SM2 (bug 410333); it will just silently switch to UTF-8.

Except in Japanese localized builds of SeaMonkey 2.0a where this has
been deliberately unfixed. ja-JP builds will absolutely totally never
ever fall back to UTF-8.


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