From: Eugene Mandel (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 15 2003 - 01:22:35 EDT
Microsoft Exchange 2000 Instant Messaging client claimes that message body's charset is UTF-8. However, it does not look like UTF-8 I'm familiar with. Every character encoding starts with 0xc3 and then is interlaced with 0xc2 bytes. So the encoding is twice the length of the usual UTF-8 encoded string. (e.g. Hebrew letter "alef" (05 D0) is "D7 90" in UTF-8 encoding, but "C3 97 C2 90" in this encoding).
Is it possible that there several flavors of UTF-8?
Please help ! :)
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