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Re: Can you read ja_JP.eucJP created mail

OK, I read mutt document and changed send_charset as folows

# set encoding: default mutt order = us-ascii --> iso-8859-1 --> utf-8
#set send_charset="us-ascii:iso-8859-1:utf-8"
# set encoding: order = us-ascii --> iso-8859-1 --> iso-2022-jp
set send_charset="us-ascii:iso-8859-1:iso-2022-jp"


On Tue, Nov 05, 2002 at 07:36:38PM +0900, Tomohiro KUBOTA wrote:
> I can read the above Japanese.  Your mail is written in UTF-8 and
> has proper information in the header.
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
> > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
> Note that mule-ucs package is needed to handle UTF-8 mails in
> emacs-based mailers, like mew and wanderlust which are popular
> among Japanese people.  Since mule-ucs causes very slow invocation
> of emacsen, I think major part of Japanese users don't install
> mule-ucs, which causes most of Japanese users cannot read UTF-8
> mails.

I see. UTF-8 is not preffered. I should be  sending this with iso-2022-jp

> Even I installed mule-ucs just now, in order to read your mail!

I see.
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