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    Default Charset

    What charset does Zimbra default use? UTF-8?
    Because few of my chinese email cannot see...or it follow what's your system LANG= or SUPPORTED= to decode?

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    Default Utf-8

    Zimbra sends all messages in UTF-8. Are other Zimbra users having difficulty reading your messages? Are non-Zimbra users having problems, and if so which ones?

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    Only few users, but they not always login. But at least I have problem, most of the chinese email I can see but only few cannot...for example one of my newsletter cannot see it but subject can, yahoo.com cannot...maybe this is yahoo problem, but yahoo.com.hk can, but its signature(adv.) cannot...strange..., some of my friends send to me cannot see subject...will show "BIG5?B?IMLgsUihRyBGdw==?=:=?BIG5?B?IMvds6Ot+LOtp9 qqsQ==?="...maybe its webmail problem...

    Maybe I need find a way to test more chinese...subscribe more chinese newsletter...

    Suggest: Add a option...can choose decode charset manually...just like IE VIEW -> DECODE -> and then choose charset...
    Last edited by Phantasmagoria; 12-05-2005 at 07:06 PM.

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