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Re: vCard3.0 and vCal2.0
On Friday, August 16, 2002, at 07:29 AM, Bill Kearney wrote:
If the spec now indicates use of UTF-8 (or UTF-16) it may be
possible to express a reasonably full range of internation
The vCard 3 spec says to use the MIME Content header to specify the
encoding. You can use any supported encoding you like. It really
only describes vCards embedded in MIME e-mail messages. There is no
defined file format (or clipboard/pasteboard format, for that
matter), and so there is no defined way to indicate the encoding in
a file, unfortunately.
Chris Page - Mac OS Lead, Palm Desktop - Palm, Inc.
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