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- Mail::Sender: Encoding of subject
- Kaj Hejer
November 17, 2004, 5:56 am
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I'm using Mail::Sender to send email, ref.
Almost everything work just fine :) except from the encoding of the
When I'm using some norwegian characters like "æ", "ø" or "å" in the
subject-field SpamAssassin complains about SUBJ_ILLEGAL_CHARS when I'm
receiving the emails.
I compose my email with something like the following:
smtp => 'smtp.myserver.com',
to => $to,
from => $from,
subject => 'Testing (æøØÅ)',
multipart => 'mixed'
Any ideas on how to change the perlcode so SpamAssassin will stop
Re: Mail::Sender: Encoding of subject
> I'm using Mail::Sender to send email, ref.
> Almost everything work just fine :) except from the encoding of the
Problem solved! :-D
The solution was MIME::Words::encode_mimewords