ricardocerda Absent Member.
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Charset problem.


We recently update to this version, but now when we put chars like á é í ó ú ñ (Chile) there appear on the inbox just like squares or this simbols (�).

and some times the email is not readable.
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Re: Charset problem.


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darkwingemm1 Absent Member.
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Re: Charset problem.

You may want to try changing the charsets in the WebAccess cfg. Located /var/opt/novell/groupwise/webaccess on Linux. There are two charsets present. the default.charset is UTF-8 for browser rendering, and the second is right below it and is labled as HTMLMessage creating messages and uses ISO8859-1. I'm not sure what charset you would need for Chile.
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