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Hi

i am using outlook for gmail account..

iam receiving emails in arabic...how can enable encoding in arabic for incoming email messages

thanks.
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by:war1
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Greetings, t_itanium !

To Change the encoding of a received message

   1. Open the message.
   2. On the View menu, point to Encoding, and then click the character set (alphabet) you want to use.
   3. Click Yes.


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there is no  such thing in outlook....this is in internet explorer..... i need it for outlook 2003
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Outlook is closely tied to Internet Explorer. Changing encoding in IE will change encoding in Outlook.  Reboot the computer to set the changes.
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