Thank you for the contribution.
But it seems to me the main difference between old one and new one
exists only on rt/support/mail.pm.
open (MAIL, “|$rt::mailprog $rt::mail_options”);
! print MAIL “Subject: [$rt::rtname #”. $in_serial_num . "] ($in_queue_id) $mime_subject
! Reply-To: $mime_friendly_name <$temp_mail_alias>
! From: $mime_friendly_name <$temp_mail_alias>
! To: $mime_recipient
! Cc: $mime_cc
! Bcc: $mime_bcc
X-Managed-By: Request Tracker $rt::rtversion (http://www.fsck.com/projects/rt)
Precedence: bulk <----This was $precedence(2)
<----There were some description(3)
KazuOn Tue, 5 Dec 2000 18:53:56 +0900 “Tadashi G. Takaoka” email@example.com wrote:
Hello Mr. Kimura.
2000-12-05 10:04; Kazu Kimura said:
(2) I opened a ticket with rt-mailgate and found Japanase character is
garbled after upgrade. Then I added the patch provided by Mr.Takaoka
at www.fsck.com/pub/rt/contrib/japansese.README. I don’t know why there
was no problem in earlier version and I am not sure if I confirm it
worked with 1.0.5 because it worked for a very short time.
I make japanese patch for rt-1.0.6. Our site, upgrade from 1.0.4 to 1.0.
6 through 1.0.5 was successed. Japanese character was handled correctly
Please try the patch.
TAKAOKA is gathering P_O_W_E_R http://www.method.kusatsu.shiga.jp/~t2/
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