Gmail now supports accented or non-Latin characters in addresses

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Google once again introduced a great new thing for its users. As there are millions of users and about more than half of them have a mother tongue that uses the Latin alphabet. So For them Google today Announced  a support for the addressed that contains accented or Latin characters in Gmail. Along with Gmail, the same features is going to applied on Google Calender also.

With this features now users can send and receive the emails from, people who have these characters in their email addresses. On the post Google says that  "this is just a first step and there’s still a ways to go". Further more Google also revealed that company will make it possible for users to use them (these Latin alphabets) to create Gmail accounts.


In 2012, an organization called the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) created a new email standard that supports addresses with non-Latin and accented Latin characters, and this is the technology that Google adopting. Search giant says that to get this new standard every email provider and every website that asks you for your email address must adopt it. This could be little bit tough, but technology makes it possible, just a one should take a step forward - Google says.

Earlier last month also, Google have announced 13 new language in Gmail, which specifies that Google is removing the language barrier from its products. This steps making Gmail more closer to users life, and Google also calling that every email provider and every website that ask for the email must adopt this technology.
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