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Hi,

I would like to configure Exim 4 (which is already installed on my Ubuntu Server) to have headers_charset = ISO-8859-1.

If I run the command xim -bP I get headers_charset = UTF-8.

I am a total newbie on Linux and Exim, so please give me step-by-step instructions.

Thanks a lot!

Vittorio
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have you tried setting
headers_charset = ISO-8859-1
in the configuration file?
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Thanks ozo for your reply.

If you can tell me where the configuration file is, I'll sure try that. (please specify both folder and file name)

I am sorry, but I am a total newbie in Linux. If it can help, I have Ubuntu Server with Exim4 on my box.

Thanks.

Vittorio
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