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

2003-04-04 09:23:16
On April 4, 2003 at 10:14, "Birger Mortensen" wrote:

I think that it is windows-1252, windows-1252 is verry common in denmark,
and if i set the used charset in Outlook is set to windows-1252 ( in danish
it's vesteuropæisk( Windows )  it works like a charm. The default in Outlook
Express is vesteuropæisk( ISO)/Iso-8859-1.

If I use CHARSETALIASES for iso-8859-1 to set it to windows-1252  i wil get
other troble with true iso-8859-1 messages ?

I do not think so.  I believe windows-1252 is a superset of iso-8859-1.
windows-1252 mainly defines extra code points between 0x80 to 0x9F, which
the iso-8559 sets have left undefined.


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