Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 468775
Gnus/Emacs quotes some full names in email addresses incorrectly while replying
Last modified: 2009-07-14 10:07:26 EDT
Description of problem:
Gnus on Emacs quotes some full names in message headers incorrectly when replying, when the original names were quoted correctly, when using
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Reply/wide-reply etc. to an email from Full M. Last <xxx> encoded using
Steps to Reproduce:
1. receive email from or with a copy to J.A. Magallón <his.email.address>.
ASCII dump from a real mail header:
Both full names are quoted correctly, using "=?iso-8859-" syntax.
2. mail a wide-reply with a copy to self (Bcc: your_address etc.)
3. check the ASCII representation of the Cc: header lines
The address in the reply will be encoded as:
J.A. =?iso-8859-2?Q?Magall=F3n?= <xxx>,
Unfortunately the "J.A." part must be quoted as per the RFC.
Relevant .emacs setting - I'm using:
(setq mm-coding-system-priorities '(iso-8859-2))
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