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Subject: Re: mshow/mflow doesn’t display EBCDIC-encoded bodies correctly
Date: Sun, 23 Jun 2019 19:49:46 +0200
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New comment by qsuscs on mblaze repository
I just realized that as of commit 6710fd9 (which is older than this issue), this should not happen.  Unless one uses filters: in that case, mshow does not convert its output to UTF-8.  So indeed, when one uses e. g. mflow as filter for text/plain, mrecode should be added to the filter chain.

I’m not sure whether mshow _should_ behave this way, but it does, anyway.

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