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I discovered an interesting problem with 9.3.2 PHP/SMTP. I'm using 4-5 cron jobs (sending e-mails to customers). If a word (a name) starts with a special character (ÍŰÁÉÚŐÓÜÖ), the first letter is always missing in the e-mail body and in the target's name.

I downgraded to 9.3.1 and everything is working well again. The problem occures only if I'm using a cron job.

Regards, Adam

asked Aug 21 '12 at 01:24

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Unfortunately, there's not enough information here to understand the cause of the problem.

A simple code snippet that shows what you are doing might help..


answered Aug 21 '12 at 14:35

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The problem was with the cron job. This solved the problem, if somebody has the same, try it: Locale settings for your cron job

Now it works with 9.4.0 fine!


answered Mar 08 '13 at 12:59

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edited Mar 08 '13 at 13:01

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