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Topic # 5605 11-Nov-2005 15:24

I am using a Win XP Pro Version 2002 SP2 with Outlook 2003 SP1

Whenever I receive a mail in HTML format from Hungary with Hungarian characters Outlook just doesnt display it correctly, so I cant read those mails.
Just to understand we use characters like this: őúűéáóüö

This happens only when the mail is in HTML format. If it's in rich text or plain text, I do not have problems.

I have the English and Hungarian language and keyboard settings too.

Anyone can give me an advice what should I check?

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Reply # 23037 11-Nov-2005 18:44
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Hmmm. I get all characters from any code set supported. Perhaps you have to look at the Office install and see if there's an option to install other languages?

I know when you go to a website with a different code set Internet Explorer will ask if you want to install - and will copy all the files from your Windows CD. Perhaps you can try visiting a page with these characters?







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  Reply # 23043 11-Nov-2005 21:52

I am visiting those pages every day.
Even I visit that page from where I get the weekly news in mail (HTML) and meanwhile on the webpage everything is fine, in the mail just a big mess...

I spent hours and hours to find the solution for my problem, but nothing found... :(

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