[Mailman-Users] Emails with a Subject in Chinese to a Mailing List

game lover gamelover9001 at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 12 17:53:10 CEST 2005

Thank you for the suggestion.

JC Dill <lists05 at equinephotoart.com> wrote:game lover wrote:
> Thank you for the response. I contacted the hosting service but 
> they did not find any problem with their installation or setings. The 
> spam filter was not set to discared any emails. I tried to send 
> messages with a subject in Japanese and it worked fine. The problem is 
> in the "Subject" and not in the "body". I am not sure that is the 
> problem of version 2.1.5. But currently the hosting company is only 
> using 2.1.5 and does not have a plan to upgrade to 2.1.6. 

The message doesn't just disappear into thin air, and your hosting 
company is the one that gets, and ultimately discards the message rather 
than sending it out. Ask the hosting company to look in the logs for 
the mail server and for mailman. Since you are paying them for their 
service they are the ones who should help you get to the bottom of this.


> */JC Dill 
/* wrote:
> game lover wrote:
> > I am currently using Mailman 2.1.5 provided by a hosting service.
> > When I send emails with a subject in Chinese to a mailing list that I
> > created in Mailman, the emails are always discarded without any
> > notice to the senders and recipients. Would anyone please help me to
> > solve this issue? I will appreciate any information on this issue
> As your second post (presumably with Chinese characters in the subject
> and body) to this list shows, Chinese characters go thru without any
> problems. Have you asked your hosting service to look into your problem
> for you? I suspect your messages are being discarded by a spam filter
> at your host and are never reaching Mailman.
> jc
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