This bug was filed by email@example.com in bugscape as 2142. We move to bugzilla now. Here is the origional description: Steps to reproduce: - create a Simple text file typing some JA text (i am using JA OS on Mac); - open New Mail window and attach this file, send and get it; //note: JA chars are displayed as ????????? (note that encoding is 2022-jp) allen , please reassign this bug to an appropriate person, it is an i18n one. ------- Additional Comments From Allan Masri 2000-08-28 11:21 ------- Reassigning to ftang, as per Marina's instructions. ------- Additional Comments From firstname.lastname@example.org 2000-08-31 11:53 ------- why this bug is in bugscape. CAn you move it to bugzilla ? ------- Additional Comments From Katsuhiko Momoi 2000-08-31 16:54 ------- I think the attached file is in Shift_JIS if it was created under Japanese Mac or by a JLK under English OS. In that case, you may have to do one of 2 things to see the attachment correctly. 1. Set the Auto-Detect to Japanese and reload the message. 2. If not 1, then set the encoding to Shift_JIS. If either 1 or 2 works, then let's see if this bug cannot be Worksforme. ------- Additional Comments From Katsuhiko Momoi 2000-08-31 16:55 ------- marina, please check the above methods. ------- Additional Comments From Montserrat Sanz 2000-12-12 10:21 ------- I ask again, why is this in bugscape? Please, move to bugzilla if it's a general mail issue
Please test again with 6.0 RTM and JA localized MacOS. BTW, does 6.0 support MacOS8.5?
Changed QA contact to Marina. AS far as I know, Nscp 6.0 supports Mac 8.5.
my understanding is that we support MacOS 8.5 and 9.0, will test with RTM
In localized RTM it looks correct and setting auto-detect to JA works now, so i would mark this bug as worksforme
verifying as such