Wichert Akkerman wrote:
Previously yuppie wrote:
Some people still use email clients that don't support utf-8. So you
might have a policy to send iso-8859-1 emails even if your content is
utf-8 encoded. At a later point you might want to change that policy.
Do those people expect to be able to read non-ascii mails? I suspect
not, in which case utf-8 will not change their situation.
I can't provide an overview which clients don't support utf-8 and what
they support instead.
But AFAIK Eudora supports only iso-8859-1. So at least if people use
Eudora (without the converter plugin) iso-8859-1 will change their
situation. And I guess iso-8859-1 support is quite common in older clients.
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