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18 Nov 2012

Making multi-language mail work Email
About a year ago I
blogged about the IETF's developing internationalized e-mail standards, generally abbreviated as EAI. At the IETF meeting a couple of weeks ago, EAI finally wrapped up its work, finishing a few nitpicky but important documents describing the ways that POP and IMAP servers handle mail with non-ASCII addresses and mailboxes. Now that we have the specs, what happens next?

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