886638 wrote:Are you sure you don't have your charactersets mixed up? Text in UTF-8 which is displayed as your first example (informação), will be displayed as your second example (informaÃ§Ã£o) when displayed using ISO-8859-1:
we have done the application as send a mail in multiple languages.
i am using IE 6.0. in default the browser encoding type is western European(ISO) [view->Encoding->Western European(ISO)].
Now i send a mail in portuguese language. in subject i given like this EX: informação i can receive same word in subject
but it has changed as EX:informaÃ§Ã£o when i choose Unicode (UTF-8) in browser encoding format.
886638 wrote:No, informaÃ§Ã£o is the UTF-8 encoded form displayed in ISO-8859-1. Your webbrowser, webapplication or intermediate processing is seriously messing around with character encoding. BTW: As far as I can see this has nothing to do with JavaMail.
i have found another thing,
in Western European(ISO) encoding format, the words setting up into bean which what i have entered in subject text box
but in Unicode (UTF-8) encoding format, the words encoded with UTF-8 format and setting up into bean class
EX: informação which i typed in subject text box, the UTF-8 encoded format of this word is informaÃ§Ã£o