At 11:41 +0200 2000.07.13, Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com wrote:
>As far as I can understand, the choice of the outgoing charset is highly
>automatic in MS Outlook 2000. I suspects it depends on the combination of
>characters that I (or the system) used in the various fields of the e-mail.
Chris Wendt already explained the high degree of control one gets in OE,
so MS Outlook 2000 must be another software. ( Thanks Chris! )
>Can you mention one specific occurrence of muddled subject sent by me?
>I am curious to see what combination of settings and/or "strange"
>characters I used.
Marco, I had already gone through several mailboxes with hundreds of
UML postings searching for such a message from you, but could not find
a single one. I'm sure your UTF-8 posts ended up among the most interesting
ones, concatenated and saved as WP files. As soon as your Outlook 2000 sees
fit to deliver another such message I will send you the particulars.
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