DZ-Jay wrote:
> On Dec 22, 2006, at 05:28, Henrik wrote:
>> Ok, so if I want to be sure that Swedish e-mails looks the same when
>> they
>> arrive to the recipient regardless of what language is used on the
>> recipients computer I should encode the text message with
>> QuotedPrintable?
>> And this is done by setting the following properties?
>>   SmtpCli1.Allow8bitChars  := false; (if I want the _subject_
>> encoded)   SmtpCli1.DefaultEncoding := smtpEncQuotedPrintable; (to
>> get the body encoded)
> This will encode the body.  The headers (Subject and From/To lines)
> need to be encoded separately, as this is a fairly new mechanism used
> by many current mail clients, but not originally planed for in RFC-822
> messages.  This mechanism is a bit complex because it needs to include
> boundaries and meta-data within each encoded header.  I suggest you
> search in Google for "smtp message header encoding" or something like
> that.
> dZ.

Hi dZ,

Headers are indeed encoded in latest versions. It's my own, rather old
work added to ICS in summer (or so). It works for me since a couple of
years reliable, the code could be optimized of course.

Arno Garrels [TeamICS]

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