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[email]email@example.com[/email] (James O'Brien) wrote:
While I don't actually have an answer, amazingly enough I'm interested> I want to send chinese character emails via Net::SMTP perl. Is the
> most reliable format MIME encoding? If so, and I have a stream of
> characters (lets say utf-8), do I just Mime encode them quoted
> printable and let the client mail application interpret? Anyone been
> through this process?
in a similar problem, including how I can easily _de_code mails that may
contain UTF8 data.
Having a look on the web...
[url]http://www.mhonarc.org/[/url] - deals with mail and seems to know about UTF8
might be of some interest
I'd suspect that a robust way of sending UTF8 content is to use a
content transfer encoding of base64 and a content type of 'text/plain;
cht=utf-8' but I can't find any references to that online so it may
not be correct. But if anyone here know I'd certainly be interested in
finding the correct way.
pkent 77 at yahoo dot, er... what's the last bit, oh yes, com
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