You can both read and write all languages listed among the language scripts. Languages not listed there will only be displayed if you associate the Latin based script with a font that contains the necessary glyphs. Read James Kass's discussion on Plane One characters.
You can both read and write UTF-7 encoded email messages. Internet Explorer can display UTF-7 encoded web pages if UTF-7 is specified in the META tag but you cannot manually select UTF-7.
|Windows Single-Byte Codepages||All fully supported.|
|Windows Double-Byte Codepages||
All fully supported except Japanese Shift-JIS, which is read-only in Outlook Express. You can write Japanese messages in ISO-2022-JP (listed as JIS) or UTF-8.
Use UTF-8 or a Windows codepage instead.
|ISO-2022 and HZ||
Simplified Chinese HZ is fully supported.
|Extended Unix Code (EUC)|
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