Kanji conversion in Mainframe

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We send e-mails in Japanese (Kanji) from the Mainframe. When we need to send the e-mail in HTML format, that is easy: you put all the necessary tags, and then for Kanji characters we use HTML-recognized encoding (for example, to get ? character we send "照", and when you open the HTML it shows up as ?). We have a problem when we need to send the e-mail in plain text format, because Mainframe does not support Kanji. Any suggestions would be really appreciated. Thanks.

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I found this in the CS manual :

6.23 SMTP with DBCS support

Mail in EBCDIC DBCS Big-5, Kanji, Hangeul, Simplified Chinese, or Traditional Chinese can be sent to a remote host using SMTPNOTE, if the SMTP server is configured with the corresponding DBCS support. Refer to the z/OS Communications Server: IP Configuration Reference for more information about configuring DBCS support for the SMTP server.

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