Email Encoding


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  • Sophie Bossard

    The same AA145 parameter can affect the currency symbols being displayed on confirmation e-mails. A typical example would be a '?' sign displaying on a confirmation e-mail (coming from an iEBMS application) instead of a '$' or '£' symbol.

    In most cases, changing the E-mail encoding value from Unicode to UTF-8 will solve the problem.

    Note that you can also access this parameter as well as the parameters for HTML Editor Character encoding (AA140) and EZExport Character Encoding (AA141) via the main menu through the 'Organization configuration' menu option.

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