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Exchange 2007 Hubs corrupting Japanese Characters

Posted on 2011-02-21
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One of our client is sending emails to our users, they are a japanese company and some of the characters are getting corrupted by Hubs.

We have Exchange 2007 Sp2.  Emails from Internet flow from Mail Marshal -> Hubs

I have tried forwarding email directly from Mail Marshal -> gmail and the email is perfectly alright.

Only when it passes through the Hub and reaches our User its getting corrupted.

I have enabled Pipe Line Tracing on Hubs and could not find much difference.

Can you guys help me with this?
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I am sure that is fixed in SP3 or one of the post SP3 rollups - I'll check and see which one.
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We found this only with one particular sender, so did not check furhter, closing this now.
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did not get any good response
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