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(keitai-l) Re: Moblogging

From: keitai-l <keitai-l_at_typhoon.co.jp>
Date: 03/17/03
Message-ID: <3E755891.9090402_at_typhoon.co.jp>
Christian Anderson wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> They start with a $ sequence, not the iso.  Something like:
> $BJ?5$!)%F%9%H
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> Chris

If your subject line has non-ascii text, you'd better encode it properly
and make sure it starts with "=?iso-xxxx?B?"  In your case, it's
Japanese, thus "=?iso-2022-jp?B?"  Otherwise, mail clients may not know
how to display it properly, thus your problem.  I'm not 100% sure about
this but I think some RFC somewhere dictates that the subject line
should contain ascii only.  If not, encode it as such.

What you have now, "$BJ?5$!)%F%9%H" looks like it's just Japanese
text.  The "$B..." signifies the escape sequence for the start of
two-byte characters.

Regards,
NF
Received on Mon Mar 17 07:10:23 2003