On Wed, 7 Jan 2004, Bruno Wolff III wrote:
> > ps I've just changed my email name to my real name which is Dennis
> > Björklund.
> It still isn't legal to use non US ASCII characters in headers. There
> is an encoding scheme that can be used for the subject header.
I hoped that pine was going to do it the correct way nowadays. I guess I
have to remove it again (or read up on the subject so I know what is
correct and what is not). I don't mind people not being able to read it,
but I don't want to send non standard emails.
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