Webmailer Encoding Characters / Set The Content Encoding Of The Whole Page?

Jan 4, 2010

I have written a web mailer that can send and receive emails and display them on a webpage.I have a problem displaying special characters though. Like Russian, and Greek and chinese.I am using openpop.net and I can get the encoding of the incoming email as one of my variables.Thing is, how do I display it? Do I set the content encoding of the whole page to what that specific email encoding is?I've got it UTF-8 at the moment and I get garbage.

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