Re: Re: Re: Encode off ISO-8859-1 ( chars like "vi" SF's ­- l - k 'E' )

2003-04-01 15:15:41
On April 1, 2003 at 14:17, "Birger Mortensen" wrote:

I need to examine the raw mail message.  My initial guess is that
the mail message itself has improperly labeled the charset, but
without seeing the original raw message, I cannot tell for sure.

<<attachment: badchar.tar>>

The problem has to do with Microsoft Outlook Express.  The HTML part of
the message has the incorrect charset specification.  It states that
the text data is iso-8859-1, but it contains code points not defined
by iso-8859-1.  It appears that the real charset is windows-1250,
or something similiar.

If this problem is common with the messages you archive in your locale,
you may need to use the CHARSETALIASES resource to alias iso-8859-1
to a windows-specifc character set.


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