On Wed, 2016-03-23 at 08:39 +0100, deloptes wrote:
I might be too frustrated recently and might have overseen something, but is
there a way to set up specific char encoding in SyncEvolution
The reason is that I have few old phones in Latin1/ISO-8859-15 and a newer
N9 using UTF-8
While N9 works fine, I get mangled ö/ä/ü in the contacts from the older
I'm just thinking how can I solve this.
The older phones presumably use vCard 2.1? 3.0 always uses UTF-8.
When you receive vCards from those phones and they contain data in
ISO-8859-15, does the vCard contain a CHARSET parameter on the property
with the non-ASCII content?
It is possible to override the default charset for specific phones. See
"11.36.19 <outputcharset>" in
There is an example of that in
You can add similar .xml fragments for your phones, using manufacturer
and model tags to limit the effect to certain phones.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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