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From: Jeroen Geilman (jeroenadaptr.nl)
Date: Wed Oct 06 2010 - 14:46:40 CDT
On 10/05/2010 08:48 AM, Sharma, Ashish wrote:
> I have a setup, where emails received by mail server(postfix) are taken on and the resulting email's body(html or plain text) and attachments are parsed to separate files and saved, for this I use javax mail api.
> The problem occurs for email body when it is in Chinese (simple and traditional) (charset GB2312, as per email header) or Korean (charset ks_c_5601-1987, as per email header),
> the resulting parsed email bodies show character corruption (the characters are displayed as '?').
The message is saved in the wrong format, or you're reading it with the
wrong character decoding.
> Also even if I am explicitly saving the charset to be the one as suggested by email header the problem remains same.
How do you know this ?
Do as suggested and bcc a copy to a real mailbox, then compare the
contents, _in the same text editor_