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Topic: Why it is impossible to create mail <@.>?

I.e. why the user name in the address (RFC 5322) cannot be written down Russian letters (for example mailto:@.)? There there is a section: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5322#section-3.2.3 which sends to another RFC: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5234#appendix-B.1 in which letters are enumerated was specific: ALPHA = %x41-5A / %x61-7A; A-Z / a-z there are four RFC (RFC 6532, etc.) which solve this problem from 2012 year, postfix-3.0.0 them supports with 2015-02-08, thunderbird-49.0 is able RFC 6532 beginning c 2016-09-02. That will be if to adjust this email server which accepts logins with the expanded amount of letters, including Russian letters. Whether mail will stick somewhere on the journey? (For example on proceeding proxy servers of senders) Clarified that there is a service @. but at me it is impossible to register on it, it does not receive SMS from me (though I sent some times and the number carefully checked).

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Re: Why it is impossible to create mail <@.>?

Hello, Ejnstok Fajr, you wrote: > I.e. why the user name in the address (RFC 5322) cannot be written down Russian letters (for example mailto:@.)? What for it is necessary, if 1) national domains, *. are not used actually 2) national domains are not indexed by searchers and not shown in output (for example  on demand "mail" shows "https://www.pochta.ru /" instead of "http://mail-rossii.rf /" too concerns all remaining sites on national domains.) 3) national domains and e-mail addresses on national domains are not recognized by parcers, 4) it is impossible to send the letter on such domain, e-mail addresses on national domains are not recognized by parcers of many mail clients and servers. It would be desirable adventures?

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Re: Why it is impossible to create mail <@.>?

Hello, Ejnstok Fajr, you wrote: > I.e. why the user name in the address (RFC 5322) cannot be written down Russian letters (for example mailto:@.)? > There there is a section: > https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5322#section-3.2.3 local-part = dot-atom / quoted-string / obs-local-part Here in quality quoted string it is possible to write everything. > That will be if to adjust this email server which accepts logins with the expanded amount of letters, including Russian letters. Whether > mail Will stick somewhere on the journey? (For example on proceeding proxy servers of senders) With noticeable probability - yes.

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Re: Why it is impossible to create mail <@.>?

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