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Ubuntu weird characters in PuTTY

> I'm using Lucida Sans Typewriter, but I don't see how that would make a
> difference.

If Kris and Chuck didn't put the characters you need into Lucida Sans
Typewriter (a lovely console font, good taste) ... it will look wrong

> Aha!  I've just change the mutt settings (.muttrc) to allow8bit and set
> the charset to iso-8859-1, and now the funky characters are showing up
> as question marks, not screwing up my display.  This wasn't necessary
> with Mandrake, but apparently it is now with Ubuntu.  In any case, it
> now appears I can view (and delete) these messages safely.

? is likely the "not in this font" marker.

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