> > > > Now you take the case of my friend M. Lebœuf,
> > > > whom name includes a
> > > > character not easily available in common charsets,
> > > > trying to answer such
> > > > a form included in a iso-8859-1 html page...
> > > > I am not sure he will
> > > > appreciate to see his name considered as garbage...
> > > >
> Over here, his name looks like garbage.
> What is that? Ell ee bee something something you
L E B U+0152 U F, which can be loosely translated as Thebeef.
The original message I sent was encoded in UTF-8, a thing that
IMHO should be handled correctly by the readers here.
AFAIK, both Jonathan and Michael kept the encoding, so it
appears that your mail agent is not able to handle UTF-8.
Unfortunately, I do not know any replacement solution.
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