[Air-l] This list and other languages...

jeremy hunsinger jhuns at vt.edu
Tue Jun 4 11:36:23 PDT 2002

I received it fine with all diacritics in place.  the list handles 
standard mime language encoding and returns that.  It does not as of yet 
handle unicode, but it will in the next year.

you do have a choice though in the list software as to whether you want 
to receive the list content encoded or not and if not you will have 
problems with international languages:(  it is though a user choice.

On Tuesday, June 4, 2002, at 01:57 PM, Guillaume Latzko-Toth wrote:

> Hello,
> Is it "me" or my message was awfully corrupted by the mail server? All 
> diacritic characters were replaced by those horrible =XX sequences... 
> If it is the case for all of us, then let me suggest that something 
> should be done to allow this international mailing list to bear 
> non-english bits of text as well...
> Guillaume
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