Upon reviewing the MIME source for an email (presumably containing international characters), I see stuff like this in Notepad++
I understand that
CRLF is carriage return line feed, but what about the others? What do
Notepad++ uses these symbols to represent control characters or non-printing characters.
A control character or non-printing character is a code point (a number) in a character set, that does not represent a written symbol.
STX - Start of Text - First character of message text, and may be used to terminate the message heading.
SOH - Start of Header - First character of a message header.
GS - Group Separator - Can be used as delimiters to mark fields of data structures. If used for hierarchical levels, US is the lowest level (dividing plain-text data items), while RS, GS, and FS are of increasing level to divide groups made up of items of the level beneath it.