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Re: Control outgoing messages' encoding

From: Leo
Subject: Re: Control outgoing messages' encoding
Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 10:21:54 +0100
User-agent: No Gnus v0.7, Emacs/ (2007-05-07), Fedora 6.93 gnu/linux

----- Katsumi Yamaoka (2007-05-10) wrote:-----

>> How can I change encoding just for one message? I have a few friends
>> having problem displaying utf-8 emails and I know that gbk/gb2312 works
>> for them.
>> Google shows that mm-coding-system-priorities can be used for that.
> In the Japanese language environment, it has a non-nil value by
> default as:
> (iso-8859-1 iso-2022-jp iso-2022-jp-2 shift_jis utf-8)
> Although I don't know what is proper for Chinese, the one like
> the following might help:
> (setq mm-coding-system-priorities '(iso-8859-1 gb2312 gbk utf-8))
> It means gb2312 will be used if text can be encoded with gb2312,
> gbk, and utf-8.
> Otherwise, you can modify MML tags manually.  For instance, add
> a text/plain tag by typing
> M-x mml-insert-part RET text/plain RET
> at the beginning of the message body, and add a charset parameter
> as follows:
> <\#part type="text/plain" disposition=inline charset=gb2312>
> You can also add an encoding parameter such as: encoding=8bit
> Regards,

Thank you for this excellent answer.

Leo <sdl.web AT>                         (GPG Key: 9283AA3F)

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