CDONTS Object Doesnt Recognize Simplified Chinese Characters

When we send a mail using the code below,we do not get simplified chinese characters if they are present in the body but we get junk in the mail and we need to change the mails encoding to simplified chinese to see the Chinese characters.

'CDONTS object
set objMail = Server.CreateObject("CDONTS.NewMail")
objMail.MailFormat = 0
objMail.From = sFromEmail
objMail.To = sToEmail
objMail.Subject = sSubject
objMail.Body = sMessage
set objMail = Nothing

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system to function with Simplified chinese. The development of the system
was outsourced and we don't have communication with the company (some sort
of legal problems i think).
Now, I've been reviewing the code and recompiled one of the core DLL's for
unicode support with no problems, I've tested the database (SQL Server 2000)
inserting Simplified Chinese characters and the DB supports it fine (the DB
fields are NVARCHAR), in the ASP frontend, the retrievel process (calling
the COM+ DLL functions) works fine displaying this data I inserted directly
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