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Topic: HTML5 <input type = "email"

At POST value 123@ will be transformed in 123@xn--p1a4a
Others  with  are transferred normally. Where to dig?

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Re: HTML5 <input type = "email"

waszkiewicz;
Not to dig anywhere, all is normal, URL and email the addresses containing cyrillic, are encoded in Punycode smile
https://www.punycoder.com/

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Re: HTML5 <input type = "email"

hVostt, well so this business and in basis so is laid down. And me soap - an input name. Foreheads specified the in the domain Russian - it not  then. How to be?

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Re: HTML5 <input type = "email"

And then soap to it to send - punicode the address to palm off?

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Re: HTML5 <input type = "email"

And does not want  to transform competently backwards. In a straight line - absolutely other value turns out

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Re: HTML5 <input type = "email"

waszkiewicz wrote:

and does not want  to transform competently backwards. In a straight line - absolutely other value turns out

Wants, full  the address is not converted, separately the right part after a dog, it is the domain. And left, by the way, it can and not be transformed smile

waszkiewicz wrote:

hVostt, well so this business and in basis so is laid down. And me soap - an input name. Foreheads specified the in the domain Russian - it not  then. How to be?

I would store in  as it is the absolute standard. In general, here as want, convert and store in the pure state.
Or replace attribute email on text and control independently, truth then semantics changes also settings from the browser not

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Re: HTML5 <input type = "email"

waszkiewicz wrote:

and then soap to it to send - punicode the address to palm off?

And it depends on the mail client. At level smtp should be punicode.