Looks like it was blocked because of the size.
Here’s the message again, without attachment:— Stanislav Sinyagin email@example.com wrote:
Hi Autrijus and all,
I’ve made few tests of the mail gateway (rt-2-1-78) concerning the international
support with Perl 5.6.1 on Solaris 2.8, and here are my concerns:
1). When the incoming mail is UTF-8, everything’s fine.
2). When the incoming mail is Latin1 (iso-8859-1) or Russian (koi8-r),
there are problems in compatibility between Encode::compat::Alias.pm
and Solaris 8 iconv(3C).
I didn’t work with iconv before today, so I have no idea how
this applies to other OSes.
In Solaris, iconv is sensitive to the charset name. It looks up
the filenames in /usr/lib/iconv/ for the corresponding from-to pair, and
issues error if there’s no such file. See the whole directory listing, attached.
From the listing, you can see that:
Latin1 is recognized as “ISO8859-1” or “8859-1” instead of “iso-8859-1”,
Unicode is recognized as “UTF-8” instead of “utf-8”,
Cyrillics is recognized as “KOI8-R” or “koi8-r” (interesting (8^))
Thus, Encode::compat::Alias.pm needs to adaptate its predefined aliases
to Solaris special case…
I’ll be glad to perform the tests if there’s any update from Autrijus.