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You can use the following code in your httpd.conf if you have access, or even your .htaccess , to force Apache, to send an UTF-8 encoding header. AddDefaultCharset utf-8 AddType 'application/json; charset=UTF-8' .json
Human names aren't limited to US-ASCII so anything involving a person's name (e.g. To:, From:', Reply-to: and CC:) are legitimate. RFC 2047 shows examples of this. It wouldn't surprise me if product name headers (X-Mailer:) showed up with encoded characters as well.
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