troubleshooting Question

AOL email replies have extraneous "foreign language" text appended to the body of the reply.

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Using an AOL account I have, when I reply to a received email there is a block of extraneous text added to the body of the reply email that looks like some foreign language such as Russian or Greek characters.  This appears before the text from the original email that I am replying to.  It seems to be occuring on every reply I make.  Below is a sample copy of the extra text as it appears in a reply email I sent.  Does anyone have any idea where this text is coming from and how to get it to stop being added?  This is on a Windows XP SP3 system using the AOL Desktop Version 10.1 (Sub-version interface.  Thanks.


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