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Sun, 02 Aug 2015 22:03:30 -0400
Should nmh try to get out in front with email address
internationalzation (EAI)? See resources below.
From the MUA perspective, IIUC, it relies on native support on the
host to handle unencoded UTF-8 addresses. Would nmh support just be a
matter of 1) not encoding addresses (controlled by a switch) in
outgoing messages and 2) when showing a message, indicating that an
address couldn't be displayed?
Does anyone have experience using it? Gmail supports it, according
to the article below.
Arnt Gulbrandsen and Jiankang Yao, "Email Address Internationalization",
Computing Edge, June 2015, p. 50.
https://tools.ietf.org/wg/eai/ EAI status pages
RFC 6530 Overview and Framework for Internationalized Email
RFC 6532 Internationalized Email Headers
RFC 6857 Post-Delivery Message Downgrading for Internationalized Email Messages
RFC 6858 Simplified POP and IMAP Downgrading for Internationalized Email
- [Nmh-workers] EAI?,
David Levine <=