Thank you for your answer, but the problem is not resolved. I made an experiment at my local machine with the following settings:
vanilla OCS 2.3.5, XAMPP, mail server: fake smtp 1.5
Steps being taken in OCS:
- Settings in config.inc.php as being suggested
- Create conference ("Conference with Umlauts äöüß" / "umlautconf")
- Languages: Set German and English as supported locales for both UI and forms
- Create scheduled conference ("Konferenz mit Umlauten äöüß" / "conf1") for both language versions
Now I sent several mails to my local smtp server, which collects them as *.eml files.Creating a new reader returns the following result:
Corresponding mail content:
Subject: [conf1] New User Registration
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
X-Mailer: Public Knowledge Project Suite v2
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2014 11:05:48 +0100
From: "" <>
Thank you for registering as a user with Conference with Umlauts ����.
Please keep track of your username and password, which are needed for all
work with this conference.
Conference with Umlauts ���� Konferenz mit Umlauten ����http://localhost:8080/ocs-2.3.5/index.p ... onf1/index
As you can see, the charset is correct but its body is malformed. Entered user data is bogus and can be ignored.Write an email to user:
In this case the title is valid, but the body seems to be broken. The expected message is here "Body: äöüß".
Is there something I probably missed?