Affects Version/s: 4.5.1.022
Fix Version/s: 220.127.116.11
Windows 2008 R2 German, Java 1.7.0
Sprint:January 2018 Sprint
when sending emails containing attachments with special chars in their file names (like German umlauts), the file names are not encoded by Lucee. This results in display errors, depending on the recipient's MUA. See attached screenshot (from Mozilla Thunderbird).
Adobe CF does correctly encode file names.
Example: Attaching a file called "test-äöü.txt".
Result in Lucee:
Result in Adobe CF8:
So far, I've been unable to come up with a workaround using plain <cfmail> and <cfmailparam>.
Currently I'm transliterating umlauts before attaching the files, i.e. replacing "ä" by "ae", "ö" by "oe" and so on. But this is very ugly for many reasons.