Thread began 4/24/2015 8:48 am by pardog178052 | Last modified 4/25/2015 12:42 am by pardog178052 | 800 views | 3 replies
4/24/2015 2:43 pmRay BorduinWebAssist
It is probably just a matter of setting the charset on the page to UTF-8... a utf-8 charset should support accented characters when used. You would probably also have to set the charset in your email settings (and database if you are using one).
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