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Hmm. I use MSOE5 at the office, MSOE6 at home. All Unicoded stuff comes out
quite readable.
-- Yitzik

----- Original Message -----
From: Muke Tever
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 8:34 AM


> On Mon, 3 Nov 2003 20:11:07 -0500, Paul Bennett
> wrote:
> > Speaking of which, the one area I'm seriously lagging behind in
> > Unicode adoption is my email client. It can do WGL4, but I don't know
> > whether it can do very much more than that. Certainly, trying to
> > paste 16-bit characters produces a weird mish-mash of letters
> > stripped of their accents and question marks.
> >
> > See also this:
> >
> > "éšzn??"
> > ("e-acute, s-caron, z-acute, n-undercomma, IPA-script-a, greek-ksi")
> >
> > It frustrates me greatly.
> >
> > Does anyone know a Windows mail client that is HTML-safe and fully
> > Unicode-aware, and particularly is not Outlook? Preferably, without
> > sacrificing any of the functionality and ease-of-use of my current
> > solution.
>
> I'm using M2, which is the mail client integrated into Opera browser.
> It's as Unicode-capable as the browser is, [at least, I was able to read
> Mark Reed's example with no trouble:  sending, I'll type your example
> text-- éšźņɑξ --as I havnt had the chance to test the outcome yet.  I'm
> not sure of it, since I dont see a charset option, so it might send it in
> the default charset.]
>
>
>         *Muke!
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>
> E jer savne zarjé mas ne   (You put music in my heart
> Se imné koone'f metha       And with the spirit of an artist
> Brissve mé kolé adâ.        I will make the dreamtime)
>