Japanese character set



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Japanese character set

Postby bXByYWNoYWw » Sun, 17 Oct 2004 08:39:03 GMT

I received an email from a friend in Tokyo, written in English but it comes 
out as symbols only when I open the email.  Is there a way to convert the 
text to a readable format?

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