Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 160002
Evolution crashed when replying to an e-mail with an special UTF character in the subject
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:07:18 EST
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Description of problem:
When replying to a message with a UTF character in it, after clicking "send" the program crashes and the message is not sent or saved.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Send yourself an e-mail with the following subject "=?UTF-8?B?57+9?="
2. After receiving the e-mail, click reply and then send
Actual Results: Evolution crashes, message has not been sent and is lost
Expected Results: Message should have been sent
Works for me; what mail transport is this with?
Can you obtain a backtrace?
(I was testing with evolution-2.0.2-8 and the Exchange connector, though)
I am using evolution-2.0.2-16 and using smtp as mail transport.
How do I 'obtain a backtrace' ?
Information on obtaining a backtrace can be found here (this page applies to
Fedora, but is almost entirely applicable to RHEL):
Created attachment 118119 [details]
Backtrace of crashing evolution
Please note I was not able to copy the third line after "Thread 1" (so the line
that starts with in=0xc78380). I had to manually type it in. Maybe a hidden
Additional info: when clicking forward the application crashes as well, but this
time immediately. The backtrace was generated by clicking the forward button in
Which locale are you running evolution in?
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