Re: charset=utf8 and Mac mailers

From: YTang0648@aol.com
Date: Mon Nov 03 2003 - 19:28:19 EST

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    >Can someone tell me if "utf8" is valid in a charset declaration. I ask
    >because I notice that neither Mail.app nor Eudora on the Macintosh
    >(MacOS 10.2.8) will recognise it and decode text so sent and will
    >insist on "utf-8" or "UTF-8" in the Content-Type decalration,
    >presumably because the Text Encoding Converter lists only the
    >hyphenated version.

    >JD
    I don't think so. "UTF8" is not listed under
    http://www.iana.org/assignments/character-sets . only "UTF-8" is

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