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What can these symbols in an emailmessage depend on in Outlook 2010:

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This could be a formatting issue... To fix, I think you should try setting to Unicode UTF-8.

Click the orange "File" tab in the top left corner of the Outlook 2010 window and click "Options" on the pull-down menu. A new window titled "Outlook Options" appears.

Click the "Advanced" heading on the left side of the window and then scroll to the "International Options" heading near the bottom.

Place a check in the box labeled "Automatically select encoding for outgoing messages" and click "Unicode (UTF-8)" on the drop-down menu.

Place a check in the box labeled "Automatically select encoding for outgoing vCards" and click "Unicode (UTF-8)" on the drop-down menu.

Place a check in the box labeled "Allow UTF-8 support for the mailto: protocol."

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