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Default Proper display of accents in mails sent by PERL

Hello Perl gurus,

I am creating a Perl script that sends e-mails to users. Some of them are french users and I need to send them an e-mail in French. However, accents get all screwed up:
Quote:
Pour des raisons de sécurité, nous demandons à tous nos usagers...
I use MIME::Lite to send e-mails. Here is what I found on the docs to set the proper charset for my e-mail:
Code:
$msg->attr("content-type.charset" => "ISO8859-1");
I also tried UTF-8.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
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