mail headers to automatically detect the encoding/charset for mail clients

Discussion in 'Java' started by sunil, Jul 28, 2004.

  1. sunil

    sunil Guest

    I am able to send mails using JavaMail with multi lingual contents in
    UTF-8 format by specifying the charset in MimeMessage setText API. I
    have tested with the lotus and yahoo mail clients. but in order to
    display properly, i ended up changing the encoding in the mail
    clients. For yahoo mail, i manually changed the Encoding to
    UTF-8(context)in the browser. Is there any way, to make mail clients
    automatically recognize the encoding settings. Do i need to set any
    mail headers for this to recognize the charset of the mail content.

    Thank you,
    Sunil.
    sunil, Jul 28, 2004
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