On Fri, Oct 31, 2003 at 05:11:20PM +0100, Jean-Jacques Puig wrote:
Agree. Another point is that many firms print contact / support / sales
mail addresses on documents. So may also individuals in some
circumstances (teachers on the hard copy of their teaching doc,
classified advertisements on newspapers, etc.).
But this is an issue only in this are "cross contacts" to non local
partners. Local partners have the same charset coding so this would
not be a problem at all.
naturally: people who feel concerned about being reachable by anyone
abroad would create/buy/ask-their-admin-for a ascii address, while
others would get locale encoded addresses for a local use. A kind of a
And the "default ASCII coding" may change to a "default chinese coding"
in some years ;-)
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