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Old May 28th, 2008, 12:58 PM
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Hi,

I need to have my email (sent via jmail) display in text format, not HTML. For some reason when I display company names with special characters in them, they appear correctly in the subject line of the email, but not in the body of the email.
Can anyone explain this and advise on how to make the email body display the character correctly as well?

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Actually one other point is that I just had gotten the subject working by setting jmail.charset to "UTF-8". But for some reason this did not affect the same word being printed in the body.

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Melissa





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