Some e-mails are having the pound character (and several numbers immediately following the symbol) replaced by a random chinese (or other) character. The code snippet is from Outlook 2007's View Source command. It seems that the HTML code for the pound symbol is & # 163 ; (spaced-out in case the code is interpreted by the browser) - however, Act E-mail isn't adding the semi-colon at the end of this code and so the HTML renderer continues using the numbers up to a white space or the next bit of punctuation.
What I need to know is if there's a fix for this that could either be hacked into Act, or if Sage have produced an official fix.
<DIV><FONT face="Microsoft Sans Serif" size=2>These values are in dollars $48,900.31 & $32.12 and these values are in pounds 㿜,900.31 & 㿌.12</FONT></DIV>