Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
> John Levine <johnl(_at_)taugh(_dot_)com> wrote:
>> I presume that we'll eventually use some version of punycode
> This is not really the approach taken by the EAI working group...
Well, these two notes in this thread nicely demonstrate a pitfal of attempting
to record the current architecture should not cite work underway or
possible for the future. Things are too fluid and, therefore, unpredictable.
I believe all that can reasonably be in the document is something along the
Internet Mail standards currently support the use of non-ASCII character
sets in the message body <rfc 2045> and header fields <rfc 2047>. There
is an open requirement for this capability in email addresses.