Unable to send messages readable in Korean


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I just went WGA from Korean Xp Pro to English Xp Pro causing me a number of
headaches, could not get Korean here in the Sates for some reason.

The problem I am having is when I send a message typed either in Japanese or
Korean the people in Japan or Korea cannot read the message. It is all
garbage.

I have install every thing I can find related to East Asian Languages I can
from Microsoft, added a number of fonts from Korean and Japanese sources.

All to no avail, no one can read our emails in Korea or Japan. I am
wondering should I convert over to an OEM version of Xp or Vista. Because
none of the language packs work.

I set my computer for Korean and tried Japanese still the same issue.

Also all my music files will not display Korean or Japanese. I have to
physically go in and edit the files to redisplay the fonts. Still will not
work with most Japanese fonts but will with Korean.
 
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Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM

tobnull said:
Question
I just went WGA from Korean Xp Pro to English Xp Pro causing me a number
of
headaches, could not get Korean here in the Sates for some reason.

The problem I am having is when I send a message typed either in Japanese
or
Korean the people in Japan or Korea cannot read the message. It is all
garbage.

I have install every thing I can find related to East Asian Languages I
can
from Microsoft, added a number of fonts from Korean and Japanese sources.

All to no avail, no one can read our emails in Korea or Japan. I am
wondering should I convert over to an OEM version of Xp or Vista. Because
none of the language packs work.

I set my computer for Korean and tried Japanese still the same issue.

Also all my music files will not display Korean or Japanese. I have to
physically go in and edit the files to redisplay the fonts. Still will not
work with most Japanese fonts but will with Korean.

What email program?
If you are using Outlook Express make sure the mail sending format is set to
MIME/None unless it's HTML.
 
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Guest

Using Thunderbird, however the problem occurs when using hotmail. Tried both
IE and Firefox get the same results.
 

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