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lenzlinger Absent Member.
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Import of VCF into Addressbook - Problem with German Umlauts

Hi

We have 8.0.1 Server and Client installed. I get a vcf-file with several addresses in it. When i look into the vcf-file i see the german umlauts.

ADR;HOME:;;Am Gfenngraben 7;Dübendorf;;8600

After the import into GW-Addressbook the Data looks like

ADR;HOME:;;Am Gfenngraben 7;Dbendorf;;8600

Any idea?

Thanxs

Rolf

Lenzlinger Soehne AG Rolf Wuergler CIO IT-Services
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buckesfeld Absent Member.
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Re: Import of VCF into Addressbook - Problem with German Umlauts

* lenzlinger,

can you send me the VCF, please?
u.buckesfeld@gmx.de

Uwe
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Import of VCF into Addressbook - Problem with German Umlauts

lenzlinger wrote:
> Hi
>
> We have 8.0.1 Server and Client installed. I get a vcf-file with
> several addresses in it. When i look into the vcf-file i see the german
> umlauts.
>
> ADR;HOME:;;Am Gfenngraben 7;D*_ü_*bendorf;;8600
>
> After the import into GW-Addressbook the Data looks like
>
> ADR;HOME:;;Am Gfenngraben 7;Dbendorf;;8600
>
> Any idea?
>
> Thanxs
>
> Rolf
>
>

For vcard, If they aren't us-ascii they must speccify their encoding. Or
else they are illegal files, and deserve to be corrupted.
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