Recently I noticed and new issue with my OJS 2.1.1 installation.
Looks like my OJS is unable to encode ANY mails in the right way. Here you have a trimmed example of a mail sent to an author (in Spanish):
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
X-Mailer: Open Journal Systems v2
From: Marc =?UTF-8?B?w43DsWlndWV6IFJ1ZWRh?= <email@example.com>
> Message-Id: <20071012114338.6BE7278C63D@myserver.uab.cat>
> Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2007 13:43:38 +0200 (CEST)
> Dear VÃctor Doe,
> Una vez recibidas las evaluaciones de su artÃculo, el ComitÃ© Editorial de
> Athenea ha decidido asumir el dictamen de l@s evaluadores y en consecuencia,
> aceptar su artÃculo tras alguna modificaciÃ³n.
> ComitÃ© editorial
I reviewed my locales, mysql databases (data, table, db and connection encodings), php.ini and so on and I'm unable to notice what is happening.
I dig into the forum and the only reference I found about this issue is:
But looking into the diff file seams that this patch is just for mail comments and in my OJS it happens for EVERY mail sent by the platform. May I apply the patch? Is this a real OJS issue solved in the new release or is just my server's configuration?
Any suggestion about how to find what is happening is appreciated. Let me know if I more information is needed to clarify the issue.
Thanks a lot in advance,