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Supported character sets for remote domains

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Online

Topic Last Modified: 2014-07-21

The following character sets can be specified for messages sent to remote domains.

  • In the Exchange admin center (EAC), on the Remote domain settings page, select the name from the MIME character set and Non-MIME character set drop-down lists.

  • In the Shell, use the value in the Name column in the following table for the CharacterSet parameter or NonMimeCharacterSet parameter in the Set-RemoteDomain cmdlet.

Supported character sets for remote domain configuration

Name Description

big5

Chinese Traditional (Big5)

DIN_66003

German (IA5)

euc-jp

Japanese (EUC)

euc-kr

Korean (EUC)

GB18030

Chinese Simplified (GB18030)

gb2312

Chinese Simplified (GB2312)

hz-gb-2312

Chinese Simplified (HZ)

iso-2022-jp

Japanese (JIS)

iso-2022-kr

Korean (ISO)

iso-8859-1

Western European (ISO)

iso-8859-2

Central European (ISO)

iso-8859-3

Latin 3 (ISO)

iso-8859-4

Baltic (ISO)

iso-8859-5

Cyrillic (ISO)

iso-8859-6

Arabic (ISO)

iso-8859-7

Greek (ISO)

iso-8859-8

Hebrew (ISO)

iso-8859-9

Turkish (ISO)

iso-8859-13

Estonian (ISO)

iso-8859-15

Latin 9 (ISO)

koi8-r

Cyrillic (KOI8-R)

koi8-u

Cyrillic (KOI8-U)

ks_c_5601-1987

Korean (Windows)

NS_4551-1

Norwegian (IA5)

SEN_850200_B

Swedish (IA5)

shift_jis

Japanese (Shift-JIS)

utf-8

Unicode (UTF-8)

windows-1250

Central European (Windows)

windows-1251

Cyrillic (Windows)

windows-1252

Western European (Windows)

windows-1253

Greek (Windows)

windows-1254

Turkish (Windows)

windows-1255

Hebrew (Windows)

windows-1256

Arabic (Windows)

windows-1257

Baltic (Windows)

windows-1258

Vietnamese (Windows)

windows-874

Thai (Windows)

 
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