Russian charsets and functions
schizo at debian.org
Tue Jan 4 11:00:16 EST 2005
> Evgeny Kotsuba <evgen at shatura.laser.ru> writes:
> > one problem is that charset may be set impropelly - by mail client
> > and/or spammer, second problem will be doubling data base. Really
> > english/americans don't need russian or asian spam or mail, russian
> > don't need asian spam/mail and all english letterrs are placed to 0-127
> > and russian - to 128-255. All really multy-lang documents I see was sent
> > in .doc or .pdf and so on.
> Some mails earlier you documented how the same Cyrillic characters were
> encoded differently in the different character sets, so I presume some
> spammer actually exploiting this (we saw a time when spammers massively
> used ISO-8859-* accented Latin characters) will have to specify the
> proper character set lest he wants to produce garbage.
Plus, if someone sends Evgeny a message like this one, bogofilter
probably will not behave the manner he wants.
шапку с дурака не снимают
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