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Topic # 6812 24-Feb-2006 17:09
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Seems to be the week for curly ??

Have a user accessing OMA via WAP browser on Nokia 6265.

His username has an ü in it.

i can enter this character from the Nokia keyboard but it doesn't like it and fails login.

Workaround for OWA is :

To work around this problem, users who have one or more characters with an umlaut in their user names or passwords must change the encoding type setting from Unicode (UTF-8) to Western European (Windows) when they access the OWA logon page. To do this, advise them to follow these steps:

1. Use your Web browser to connect to the OWA logon page.

2. Right-click the OWA logon Web page, point to Encoding, and then click Western European (Windows).

Any ideas on how to do this with OMA / WAP browser ??

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Reply # 29287 24-Feb-2006 18:01
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I would think that the phone would need to be in another language - i.e. german in order to change the character set.

Just a guess mind you :-)




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