Can't see Hebrew Characters in e-mail sender and subject lines

I can see Hebrew characters in the body of e-mails in Outlook.  I selected Hebrew in Office Language Tools.  I can write Hebrew in Word.  BUT - Hebrew characters are Greeked in the sender and subject lines.  What can I do to fix this?  I am running Windows XP Professional.
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Hi iury,

Try this

a) Make sure your Outlook and Windows xp are fully updated

b) In windows , go to control panel > regional and Language settings > language and enable both options under "supplemental langauge support"
Then go "advanced tab" and choose "Hebrew" under " language version of the uni-code programs"

and check the option at the bottom of that window "Apply all settings to current user account and the default user profile"

Now open outlook and check if you can type in hebrew in subject and To field


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