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    Default [SOLVED] Caracters encoding

    Hello,

    I'm a french user and i developped a script which made a backup of Zimbra mails.

    I'm using zmmailbox in order to realize a tar.gz of my Zimbra accounts.

    But, when i open a EML file, special caracters are replaced by others :

    Code:
    je t=C3=A8ste l=C3=A9s =C3=A0ccents, qui se trouve l@ o=C3=B9 l=C3=A0.
    But, the original mail is :

    Code:
    je tèste lés àccents, qui se trouve l@ où là.
    When i restore, no problems, but i want to display the mail...

    What's the problem ? How do i re-encode my special caracters ?

    Thanx.

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    There isn't any problem.
    It is normal that the characters in the eml format file are encoded.
    From what I see, the mail body is encoded in quoted-printable.

    To see the encoding, check the Content-Transfer-Encoding header in the eml file.

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    I know there isn't any problem...

    But, i found qprint, a command which re-encode my eml. Perfect !

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