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Default Encoding problem with automatic mail on hotmail

Hi

I try to send mails from the back office of my website. It's working properly if the mail is received via Outlook, but if the email is opened from Hotmail or Yahoo, it seems like there is some problems of encoding.

The sentence (in French) which says "La différence, c'est qu'aujourd'hui[...]" becomes "Câ€?est un fait. La diffÃ(c)rence, câ€?est quâ€?aujourdâ€?hui[...]"

here is below a part of my code

o_Message.IsBodyHtml = true ;
o_Message.BodyEncoding = Encoding.UTF8;

I've tried Server.Encode() and Server.Decode() , in vain!

somebody knows what I could do?
Cheers!






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