From: Christopher J. Fynn [mailto:email@example.com]
>In Outlook Express under Tools, Options, Send, International Settings
>it is possible to specify that only English (? ASCII) is used in headers
This is relevant when you are running with a non-English OS locale. It will
prevent entering non-usascii characters for day and month names in the reply
header so as to not force you to send in UTF-8 in case you write in a
different script than the OS locale is.
>and under Tools, Options, Send, Plain Text Settings & Tools, Options,
>Send, HTML Settings it is possible to specify whether or not 8-bit
>characters may be used in message headers.
This does not prevent non-usascii characters in the header. It only decides
if the non-usascii characters will be RFC1522 encoded or sent as raw 8-bit
bytes - each in the chosen encoding.
>These settings seem to apply whatever encoding is used for the body
>of the message.
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.2 : Tue Jul 10 2001 - 17:21:05 EDT