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    Default [SOLVED] aspell spanish problem on 6.0.2

    Hi guys, i'm installing zimbra 6.0.2 nw on a red hat 5.3 64 bits, everithing installs smooth but when i check my spell check i got a weird character (look at the image) i check my operating system to see the character set and works ok i can type ρ and accents but my spell check is still broken, is this might be a bug?
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    Check out the following two bugs:
    Bug 41394 – spanish spellcheck uses 8859-1 instead of UTF-8 when suggesting words
    Bug 41760 – Spell check fails on illegal characters

    It looks like the server side fix is in, but the client is sending bad data to be checked still.

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    Well yeah it seems to be realesed on 6.0.3 hope this is soon, actually is pretty interesting i haven't need to install aspell in spanish as i used to do, that's good i'm waiting for 6.0.3 to fix it


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    I'm having the same problem with 6.0.3. Was it fixed in this version?
    I'm using spanish spell check.

    My aspell.php:

    // Convert to ISO-8859-1

    // Next line commented by me
    // $text = iconv("UTF-8", "iso-8859-1//IGNORE", $text);


    // Check spelling
    if (!pspell_check($dictionary, $word)) {
    $suggestions = implode(",", pspell_suggest($dictionary, $word));

    // Added /IGNORE
    $suggestions=iconv("iso-8859-1","UTF-8//IGNORE",$suggestions);
    $misspelled .= "$word:$suggestions\n";


    This is the only way the spell checker doesn't give me the "illegal character" error, but I'm having the same problem like shown in the posted screenshot.

    Thanks!

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    After trying, it was solved with the following configuration:

    // Convert to ISO-8859-1
    // $text = iconv("UTF-8", "iso-8859-1//IGNORE", $text);

    ...

    // Check spelling
    if (!pspell_check($dictionary, $word)) {
    $suggestions = implode(",", pspell_suggest($dictionary, $word));
    // $suggestions = utf8_encode($suggestions);
    // $utfw = utf8_encode($word);
    $misspelled .= "$word:$suggestions\n";


    Spanish + ZCS 6.0.3

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    6.0.3 was mostly a security release, with only a few critical bugs put into it as well. This should be fixed in 6.0.4.

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