OK, damnit, here's a solution

Thomas Hackert thackert at nexgo.de
Sun Sep 19 00:53:56 PDT 2004


On Sunday 19 September 2004 05:47, Jason Gurtz wrote:
> On 18-Sep-04 11:34, Ken Moffat wrote:
> > On Sat, 18 Sep 2004, Jason Gurtz wrote:
> >> On 13-Sep-04 10:55, report at xyzcorp.com wrote:
> >> <GARBAGE>
> >> try this in SA:
> >> header SUBJ_CHARSET     Subject =~ /iso-8859-1/i
> >> describe SUBJ_CHARSET   Subject contains a character set
> >> identifier score SUBJ_CHARSET      20.0
> >  Got any subject or id to identify an example of what you're
> > complaining about ?  I tend to forget about 5-day old spam.  Or
> > maybe I'm doomed to (iso-8859-15).
> > Ken
> >From Headers:
> Subject:
> =?iso-8859-1?q?995_-_82_-_41_-_=E0=ED=E3=EB=E8_=E9_=F1=EA=E8=E9?=
> As Rendered by Thunderbird:
> 995 - 82 - 41 - àíãëè é ñêèé
It looks like this also in kmail-1.6.2 .... I have tried to feed 
these mails to SA, but it does not seem to recognize these 
mails .... :(
It seems I have to live with these ...
Have a nice day
Thomas.

> ...as seen many many times on various LFS lists.
>
> Cheers,
>
> ~Jason

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