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Is there a way to change the "Character Set" for emails in Exchange Server 2010 Management Console?

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We are troubleshooting an issue with some emails going outbound and need to see what the "Character Type" is set to in Exchange 2010. Specifically need to see if it is using "Unicode (UTF-8)" or something else.
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Veerappan Sundaram earned 500 total points
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Please note this is applicable only for Remote Domains, meaning for email going outside of Exchange organization.

  1. Use Exchange Management Shell  -- Get-RemoteDomain Default | fl *charac*
  2. Use Exchange Management Console  -- Microsoft Exchange --> Microsoft Exchange On-Premises --> Organization Configuration --> Hub Transport   (On the Right hand side, check the properties of remote domains listed
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Exactly where I was looking for. Thank you
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