I have Thunderbird 2.
In some emails in the message header where in the place the sender, subject line, date and recipient are listed I also get information on 'content-transfer-encoding'.
This is where header is set as 'normal'.
I think this happens in IMAP emails where there is forwarded text or text below a reply and it gives 'quoted-printable' or '7bit'etc as the encoding.
How do I get rid of this from this header information? I don't get it on Thunderbird on another computer I use.
I think it may be to do with installing enigmail and then uninstalling it but maybe all the settings not being changed back on uninstall. But that is just a guess.
I am guessing I need to change something in the config list but that is also just a guess.
I tried uninstalling Thunderbird and deleting the folder and then transferring Thunderbird from my other computer where the 'c-t-e' header does not come up but this did not work. It still comes up anyway. So I wonder whether there is something outside the Thunderbird files that is making this happen (maybe in the Firefox files or somewhere else?).
Any help appreciated thanks,