I'm not a mail+RFC expert, but I would try to pass the content
encoded as UTF-8 and set the headers accordingly.
Wednesday, November 29, 2006, 1:28:41 PM, you wrote:
RR> Raphael Ritz wrote:
>> Well, there are the "officials" like:
>> but you want probably something more like
>> and for Python in particular I found
RR> Those are great pointers, thanks, but I still can't understand why
RR> zope.app.mail's MailDir functions want to encode the message using the
RR> 'ascii' encoding, nor does there seem to be any way to suggest a
RR> different encoding to the mail system.
RR> How is it possible to send emails containing non-ascii encodings from
RR> zope? Is there a problem with the python smtplib which is forcing this
RR> behaviour? (Or do I still not get it...?)
RR> Thanks for your help,
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