|Tobias DiPasquale on 16 Sep 2004 15:27:02 -0000|
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On Sep 16, 2004, at 11:17 AM, Jeff Abrahamson wrote:
Anyone know a way around this sort of thing? I'm willing to believe Outlook is not respecting standards, but it must surely be possible to modify the body on display to make it readable.
Outlook is actually in the right on this one. UTF-8 is the character set for French. What you specified was a locale _and_ character set (fr_FR is a locale). The real problem here is that no matter what you specify, your terminal emulator is not able to display the high-bit characters correctly. You'll have to find a fully-i18n'ized terminal emulator (or turn that on in your current one). Anyone know any high-bit capable terminal emulators?
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