I did several tests on google apps using complete idn.idn domain and found several findings that are bugs and doesn't work as expected.Where can i share/post these tests results to be resolved by GApps team?
Why did you go for Highly Restrictive over Moderately Restrictive? Firefox uses Moderately Restrictive when deciding whether to display IDN domain names - https://wiki.mozilla.org/IDN_Display_Algorithm - and Chrome seems interested in following that lead - https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=336973 .We chose moderately restrictive because many communities use Latin letters as well as their own orthographies; there are loads of valid uses for such combinations.A discrepancy here means that someone could buy a domain name and use it fine for a website, but be unable to use it for email if they want to communicate with Gmail users. That would be a nasty surprise.Gerv
So essentially Gmail will reject an email copy of this very post? Good thing you didn't update Blogger/Blogspot with the same "feature" too, right?You're ejecting security discussions about Unicode.You're rejecting a lot of mathematical equations.And you're also rejecting numerous other perfectly valid uses like the HλLF-LIFE example shown in the Unicode Consortium's page you linked to."cool looking" combinations are sometimes used just for that.
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