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I think it has to do with encoding, but I can not find a way to change it. Comment from Andy Rathbone Time May 14, 2011 at 1:14 pm Dina, could you be thinking of Windows Live Writer? It does not seem to happen in mail or posts I receive, just what I send. Windows Live Writer, the word processing program, does offer a way to turn off smart quotes. his comment is here
In the left hand pane, navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Software\ Microsoft\ Windows Live Mail\ Compose\ Preferences\ PostEditor\ Autoreplace and click on Autoreplace. To do this, With WLMail closed, type regedit into the start search box and press Enter. All rights reserved. The time now is 03:28. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windowslive/wiki/livemail-email/why-do-i-see-strange-characters-in-mail-messages/e305b6a3-09b6-4bac-9778-d1fe971ba281
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For example, in Thunderbird you can specify the character encoding on an e-mail that you're creating by using the following menu path in the e-mail composition window:Options -> Character Encoding birdy480Mar by tinus / April 26, 2011 5:44 AM PDT In reply to: Character encoding... I wanted quotation marks in my permanent signature and kept getting weird symbols. Not every time and not from the same people...
solved weird symbols on bootup. I would like to fix this and would really appreciate any suggestions. Give permission where necessary. Plain English language in any answers please, I am 72yrs old and although computer literate, don't understand gobbledeegook!
Related Resources solved Strange Unreadable Symbols for program Windows 8.1 Strange Symbols Strange symbols taking over Korean characters Strange symbols on Core i7 packaging. Site search Search for: Popular Posts Where's the Clipboard Viewer in Windows XP? How can I prevent this from happening? Next go to SEND under that make sure default encoding is UTF-8 and check the box that says when replying to messages always use English Hedders.
Comment from carpainters Time September 2, 2012 at 5:17 pm Thanks, Long. Usually, this will be the pilcrow, also known as a paragraph line or alinea, and is used to denote a new paragraph. Why would anyone send an e-mail message like that, one that apparently makes absolutely no sense? Write a comment Name: E-mail: URL: Message:
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Skip to navigation Skip to main content Skip to primary sidebar Skip to secondary sidebar Skip to footer windows live mail stuff FAQs, tips & tricks for Microsoft's free mail client this content Comment from Susan Time July 15, 2013 at 12:15 pm PS. peter_65Apr 9, 2011, 10:24 AM I have had help from another source and it would appear that these strange symbols are Smart Quotes and a .....nuisance! sharpamat 15:19 20 Jan 12 Check your Keyboard settings NewestRoyWidd1 15:53 20 Jan 12 Answer Your keyboard settings need to be United Kingdom English DeeGee 16:13 20 Jan 12
slide 4 of 5 Is That the End of Strange Symbols in My Emails? So why don’t you usually see it? Please try again now or at a later time. weblink Thanks to character encoding in Windows and Outlook, the messages you send will make sense to the majority of recipients.
The articles at this site are primarily intended for those using WLMail 2012 or 2011, but most of them apply equally well to WLMail 2009, although commands may be different. Comment from Vonnie Time April 19, 2014 at 7:43 am My father's email system really garbles smart quotes. If you reproduce any of the content of this site, please include a reference toWindows Live Mail Stuff Contents Address messages How do I export contacts from acategory?
Finding this very frustrating.
The keyboard was set to English - Canada/US in Control Panel. video card problem or something else? Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. As with most things related to Windows, it will just get worse!
Q: My computer has Windows 7, and I am using Windows Live Mail. What's New? Comment from Long Time January 4, 2012 at 6:00 pm The solution is here: http://www.vistax64.com/windows-live/283849-wlmail-2011-related-question.html#post1292811 The only way to alter this behaviour is a registry hack: at HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows Live Mail\Compose\Preferences\PostEditor\Autoreplace change check over here Why is Microsoft destroying their software with such junky features that slow down typing tremendously and cause endless frustration?
It was a copy/paste from a Word doccument! > What can I do to stop it? > > There has been a ghost in the keyboard for a while now, and This will with some settings involve using Unicode characters, so the message will be transmitted using Unicode (UTF-8) encoding regardless of the setting at Options > Send > International settings. Related Topics: Microsoft Product Launches, News & Certification Guidance: Online, Regional & National Resources to Become Microsoft Certified Microsoft Access Help and Support: Troubleshooting Tips, Tricks & Tutorials For Microsoft Access
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