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How can I convert ASCII character codes back into Simplified Chinese?

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I wrote a note in the Simplified Chinese and eMailed it to myself.  

I could see all of the characters prior to eMailing it.

Unfortunately, when it arrived, it was just a string of character codes.  What can I do to re-convert it back into Chinese writing?

Checking the sent-mail showed the same set of codes.

Both of my computers have Asian Language Packs installed, and I haven't encountered this problem previously.

Thanks in advance
您好,
 
昨天
我听说您来了我的办公室.
 
一般我从9:00 - 2:00 在"Bucktown"办公室.
 
如果您有空,欢迎您再来.
 
认识您是我的荣幸.
 
谢谢,
 
汤姆.

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http://www.mandarintools.com/dimsum.html

In the menu, go Programs -> E-mail Fixer

That will convert it back for you. You should check your email sending options to make sure you have a format that supports Chinese text.
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