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Re: (ITS#4604) backs-sql: backsql_process_filter(): invalid filter for UTF-8 querys

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On Sat, 1 Jul 2006, Pierangelo Masarati wrote:

> You shouldn't do that: changing standard track schema is not good
> practice.  As far as I remember, RFC 2822 does not allow arbitrary chars
> in the local part of an address; they might be allowed in the display
> name, but I fear it's restricted to plain ASCII as well.  I suspect the
> bug here, if any, is that back-sql should simply ignore that part of the
> filter while converting it into an SQL query.  This is what back-sql is
> supposed to do; I'll check if it works as expected.

Additional information:

when the (mail=3Dm=FCller) arrives and get's
translated to (?=3Dundefined), there is no mysql-query performed against
the mysql-db.

Hope that helps checking.

Kind regards
Thomas Reifferscheid