Outlook and Unicode..?



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Outlook and Unicode..?

Postby Kent Johnson » Mon, 22 Dec 2003 07:27:16 GMT

Hi all,

I have a Webform from .Net with some text on it.
The page is created in UTF-8(Unicode).
If I send the page to Outlook some letters are distorted. Outlook cannot
distplay the text correct.
Outlook is set to Autoselect format.

How can I get Outlook to view all letters correct?

/Kent J.

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