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Supported Character Sets for Remote Domain Configuration

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2

Topic Last Modified: 2009-11-06

The following character sets are supported for the CharacterSet parameter and NonMimeCharacterSet parameter in the Set-RemoteDomain cmdlet. When you enter a value for the CharacterSet parameter and NonMimeCharacterSet parameter, use the value in the Name column in the following table.

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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