From: David Edmondson <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: gnus-search & imap: always "CHARSET UTF-8" when literal+ is supported Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2021 20:11:32 +0100 [thread overview] Message-ID: <email@example.com> (raw) Using current emacs git head, talking to outlook.office365.com over IMAP. Attempts to use gnus-search always fail with the server reporting: (("NO" ("BADCHARSET" "(US-ASCII)") "The" "specified" "charset" "is" "not" "supported.")) Looking at gnus-search.el, `gnus-search-imap-search-command' always sends CHARSET UTF-8 if the server supports literal+ (which this one does). Sending US-ASCII (or no charset at all) causes the server to return the required results in simple test cases. Is there a way to determine whether a server supports UTF-8 in searches, and adjust the command sent accordingly? If not, could the use of UTF-8 be controlled with (yet another!) variable? Thanks. dme. -- We're deep in discussion, the party's on mute.
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