When people send me an email from a Microsoft email client (for example
Microsoft Outlook 16.0) and it includes an emoticon, Thunderbird shows
it as the capital J or L.
In the message source I see
The emoticons are plain text :) and :(
A web search reveals that the sender has used a Wingdings font character
to display the emoticon. The capital J and L in a standard font share
the same locations as the smiley and sad face.
The same internet search also revealed that this problem was mentioned
as early as thirteen years ago...
I have not found a solution to this problem, but maybe my search was not
Has someone here a solution on the receiving end in Thunderbird?
With kind regards,
Henk de Jong
7 Sisters Restaurant