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    Accented Chars in HTML email sent from ASP.Net MVC3 site

    In my post to StackOverflow, see it here, I didn't get a real answer to how to alleviate this problem.
    I solved it for one phrase as shown in the selected answer, however, I m now getting even more phrases that are not being translated correctly.

    Can anyone help me get this thing worked out correctly?

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    It looks like you already sorted this, but I've had similar problems and it was down to the upvoted comment. The rendered HTML needs to be saved in UTF-8 and have the header set up. It's fairly easy to sort out with Visual Studio or another text editor if that's how you do your HTML.

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    How to do that in VS2010?
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