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Items written using Arabic characters appear on Microsoft Outlook XP as garbage.
The user will see upper ASCII characters when the application is attempting to map the Arabic letters to the current code page, Since Outlook XP is not a Unicode application so it is required to set the system Code page to Arabic to display the Arabic characters correctly.
When you run Arabic localized Outlook XP for the first time on a new account on Microsoft Exchange server the folders created are Arabic localized (eg. Inbox folder) to reset the folder names to English you need to do the following steps from English localized Microsoft Outlook XP:
To display Arabic characters coreectly on Microosft Outlook XP you need to change the language settings for non-unicode applications by the following setps:
For Windows XP:
For Windows 2000: