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Can you show me the way to decode following code:

subject := ?ISO-8859-1?b? Qydlc3QgcGFzIGZhY2lsZSAhCg==?=

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Hello ongngochoang,

The 'encrypted' part of the string is Base64 encoded and decodes to: "C'est pas facile !". Which is french for "It is not easy !".
The base 64 part is "Qydlc3QgcGFzIGZhY2lsZSAhCg==". The other characters seem to specify the codepage of the contents and some additional length data.

You can decode this using any default Base64 decoder, for example: http://www.opinionatedgeek.com/dotnet/tools/Base64Decode/Default.aspx

Regards,

archang3l
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thanks
First I also thought this is encoded by Base64 but I decoded part include last ?= so I did not get result :D
now I knew why

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