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Gmail and Yandex now support fully Cyrillic e-mail

Gmail and Yandex now support the full Cyrillic e-mail addresses . Unlike other services, receiving letters from the Cyrillic domain zone, but with Latin names, e-mail clients Yandex and Google can accept emails from addresses like «москва@москва.рф».
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Re: Gmail and Yandex now support fully Cyrillic e-mail

Good news!

Here's a thread from 2014 about Gmail's support of unicode (not just Cyrillic) email addresses:
http://www.idnforums.com/forums/3473...es-mostly.html
It points to another post (http://www.idnforums.com/forums/3404...tml#post217276) that goes into exhaustive technical details about unicode email addresses, and why it will be a long time before they are adopted.

The new article about Yandex notes that, like Gmail, Yandex can receive email from addresses such as «москва@москва.рф», but, like Gmail, you cannot register non-ascii addresses at Yandex. You cannot register москва@яндекс.рф, for instance. The reason is that most mail servers around the world would not accept email from that address.

But at least there's some progress.

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Re: Gmail and Yandex now support fully Cyrillic e-mail

that is good news.
thanks for posting.

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Re: Gmail and Yandex now support fully Cyrillic e-mail

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Re: Gmail and Yandex now support fully Cyrillic e-mail

Great News! Do they support all IDN email address or only russian?
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Re: Gmail and Yandex now support fully Cyrillic e-mail

It would be 100% UTF-8 support, I would think.

I'm waiting for Debian stable to move up to Postfix v3, which has it built in.
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