Version: 1.5.1 (using KDE KDE 3.1.1)
Installed from: Debian testing/unstable Packages
Information about who signed the message is always in iso-8859-1 while gpg supports unicode and this breaks some characters... eg:
Message was signed by Michal
Actually, the OpenPGP RFC states that the name field must be in UTF-8 enconding.
KMail displays incorrectly as a ISO-8859-1 field. This must be corrected.
Created attachment 1333 [details]
PGP Key with UID that isn't 7-bit clean
You can add the attached key to your keyring and see that it is incorrectly
displayed in the keylisting windows. (The problem is not just when displaying
signed messages.) For more information on what I think is the cause of the
Ok, I confirm the escape problem, but that's not what happens with KMail header. When
reading a signed message, KMail adds a header that says "Message was signed by".
The following name is shown as it was a ISO-8859-1 name, which it is not. Characters
that are encoded by two bytes are shown as two strange characters, thus proving my
point. It is not shown escaped.
Subject: Re: pgp signature is wrong displayed
Thanks for your bug report. The problem was that the output of GnuPG
wasn't interpreted correctly. This has been fixed. The fix will be in
KMail 1.5.2 (KDE 3.1.2).