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Old 10-31-2006, 02:06 PM   #1
Registered: Jul 2006
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Distribution: Ubuntu 9.04
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Windows 1256 encoding in Evolution

Hi all,

I'm using Sus 10.1 with Evolution for embolus.
The problem I am facing is with installing windows-1256 encoding in evolution.
I have managed to install several encoding packages in hope of fixing this issue but none of them found its way to Evolution. The packages I have installed are:

The installed encoding packages did however integrate with ropm Fairfax and I can find them all from the View --> Character Encoding options menu.

Is there any way I can get Windows-1256 encoding option Evolution?

Please help



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