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International characters in folder names

There is a setting in Windows control panel (Regional and language settings -> Advanced settings) where you can specify the language for non-Unicode enabled applications. Set the language to "Cyrillc" in this dialog, reboot and you should see your cyrillic characters again within your folder names.

Hope this helps.

Sven

<p>There is a setting in Windows control panel (Regional and language settings -> Advanced settings) where you can specify the language for non-Unicode enabled applications. Set the language to "Cyrillc" in this dialog, reboot and you should see your cyrillic characters again within your folder names.</p><p>Hope this helps.</p><p>Sven </p>

There is a setting in Windows control panel (Regional and language settings -> Advanced settings) where you can specify the language for non-Unicode enabled applications. Set the language to "Cyrillc" in this dialog, reboot and you should see your cyrillic characters again within your folder names.

Hope this helps.

Sven

<p>There is a setting in Windows control panel (Regional and language settings -> Advanced settings) where you can specify the language for non-Unicode enabled applications. Set the language to "Cyrillc" in this dialog, reboot and you should see your cyrillic characters again within your folder names.</p><p>Hope this helps.</p><p>Sven </p>

Hi alll,

I have recently migrated PMAIL 4.63 frm one Windows XP to anotger (both 32 bit). On my old machine I was able to use Cyrillic characters in folder names, but on the new one old Cyrillic folder names appear garbled and my attempts to rename them by retyping their Cyrillic names do not work. Cyrillic in mail bodies works fine. I suspect there is some setting in Windows that must be resposible for this trouble, any ideas?

Thanks in advance!

Alex

 

<P>Hi alll,</P> <P>I have recently migrated PMAIL 4.63 frm one Windows XP to anotger (both 32 bit). On my old machine I was able to use Cyrillic characters in folder names, but on the new one old Cyrillic folder names appear garbled and my attempts to rename them by retyping their Cyrillic names do not work. Cyrillic in mail bodies works fine. I suspect there is some setting in Windows that must be resposible for this trouble, any ideas?</P> <P>Thanks in advance!</P> <P>Alex</P> <P mce_keep="true"> </P>

[quote user="BoarX"]I suspect there is some setting in Windows that must be resposible for this trouble, any ideas?[/quote]

You might need to install a proper font, but first try selecting a different folder font containing Cyrillic characters (Unicode enabled fonts should do).

<p>[quote user="BoarX"]I suspect there is some setting in Windows that must be resposible for this trouble, any ideas?[/quote]</p><p>You might need to install a proper font, but first try selecting a different folder font containing Cyrillic characters (Unicode enabled fonts should do).</p>

			Michael

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