On November 9, 2006 at 11:10, Jym Dyer wrote:
MS Outlook has a nasty habit of mislabeling the charset of its
messages with iso-8859-1 instead of MS's extension to it that
contain the characters being used.
=v= Some older versions send out mail that does't specify a
charset, so many apps assume the text is ASCII (which is how the
standard works) though of course it's Windows-1252.
You should be able to alias us-ascii also:
=v= Those particular characters in Windows-1252 violate charset
However, it appears that cp1252 is a proper subset of iso-8859-1
from a code-point persective.