Fri, 23 Feb 2018 11:50:09 +0200, _Stanimir Stamenkov_:
Tue, 20 Feb 2018 16:13:34 -0800 (PST), email@example.com_:
I typically bcc myself and so I see replies and messages I have sent.
Lately, SeaMonkey seems to be inserting random punctuation or
graphics, sometimes where I had entered spaces. For example, I typed
this correctly, but this is what appeared in the copy I sent to myself:
No.?? They went up to $100 per, effective -- I believe -- January 1.??
?????? I am sorry that when I wrote the email the other day about the
cost of PHV, I did not realize that the PHV fee had been doubled, I
suppose effective as of January 1.?? I still think the money is worth
spending rather than having issues at deposition or later for not
having gotten admitted.
Any ideas what to do about this would be largely appreciated. It's
You've said in another reply the problem persists with previous 2.48 as
with latest 2.49 versions as well. It could very well be a problem
specific to your SeaMonkey profile settings – you may try reproducing it
with a new clean profile, for example.
In the mean time could you have a look at your SeaMonkey settings:
Preferences / Mail & Newsgroups / Text Encoding
and the "Default Text Encoding" in the "Server Settings" for specific
Mail/News accounts – if you have changed any of the defaults it might
lead to such unexpected results.
Have a look at specific Mail/News folder Properties (right-click a
Fallback Text Encoding: [_____]
[ ] Apply encoding to all messages in the folder (individual
message text encoding settings and auto-detection will be ignored)
Also, have a look at the <about:config> page:
If you have it changed it to |true| instead – it would cause problems
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