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Usenet messages encoding & posting to Usenet [message #38269] Sun, 29 July 2007 17:46 Go to next message
pozmu is currently offline  pozmu   United Kingdom
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Hi
I'm downloading Polish newsgroup, where several different encodings are used (iso-8859-2, cp-1250, utf-8). They are displayed "as is" - is there any way to convert them automatically?
I also can't post to newsgroup. In error log I see:
"Posting Failed, NNTP Server Said: 441 From: address not in Internet syntax"

I tried with regular newsreader and posting works ok with this newsserver. What can be wrong?


Update: I found that the second problem occurs only when "Obfuscate e-mails in NNTP posts:" in general settings is set to YES. Disabling it fixes the problem... but it isn't good solution Crying or Very Sad



Thanks

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Re: Usenet messages encoding & posting to Usenet [message #38276 is a reply to message #38269] Mon, 30 July 2007 10:15 Go to previous message
Ilia is currently offline  Ilia   Canada
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You can use iconv to convert the charsets to something uniform in the import script.

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