Mail Gmail beginning to understand the Cyrillic addresses - Cell phones

Mail service Gmail allowed to send and receive e-mails from addresses that are typed in non-Latin alphabet - the Cyrillic characters or accented characters. So, now you can correspond with the owners of the mailboxes created in different languages: for example,?????.???? Or Ivan@mailadres. Of the Russian Federation. Soon the novelty will affect "Calendar", said in a statement released Google blog.Support addresses typed in non-Latin alphabets (A - Z) characters, became possible due to postal RFC 6530, adopted by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in February 2012." However, in order to make a wide set of supported characters in all segments of the Internet, you want to make some changes. This must be done not only all e-mail services, but also the sites that you specify their addresses," said Google.Anyway, to make Cyrillic mailbox on Google mail (name@Gmail. Com) as long as it is impossible." We also wish that in the future, you could not only recognize, but also to create your Gmail address in their native language," promised in the organization. When this happens, not reported.However, Google continues to localize postal service for different peoples of the world, covering all large audience. Last month the Gmail interface has been translated into 13 new languages: Afrikaans, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Chinese (Hong Kong dialect), French (Canada), Galician, Georgian, Khmer, Lao, Mongolian, Nepali, Sinhalese and Zulu (spoken in South Africa)..



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