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I've a segment of code which combines the HTML signature from Outlook into an email settings (Code below).

However, when the string contains accentuated characters (ie, é), the emails sent through the .NET Mail objects replace them with the "?" character. Is there anyway to retain the accentuated characters, or at least convert them to their unaccentuated equilavent?


    If Not mailMsg.IsBodyHtml Then
      htmlMailComposed = "<body>" & Replace(Replace(Replace(Replace(Replace(mailMsg.Body, "<", "<"), ">", ">"), vbCrLf, "
"), vbCr, "
"), vbLf, "
") & htmlMailOutput & "</body>"
      mailMsg.IsBodyHtml = True
      mailMsg.Body = htmlMailComposed
      mailMsg.Body = Replace(mailMsg.Body, "</body>", htmlMailOutput & "</body>", , , CompareMethod.Text)
    End If
Posted 27-Mar-11 2:44am

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Solution 1

Try changing the BodyEncoding[^] property.
MarqW 27-Mar-11 8:38am
Facepalm! Thank you! Can't believe I missed that
Mika Wendelius 27-Mar-11 10:37am
No problem :)
Dalek Dave 27-Mar-11 10:33am
Good Catch, 5.
Mika Wendelius 27-Mar-11 10:37am
Thanks :)

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