From: Adam Twardoch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Nov 18 2004 - 22:06:51 CST
Microsoft Outlook 2003 that is part of Office 2003 (not the free Outlook
Express) is a very decent Unicode-compliant e-mail application, that also
includes a powerful organizer, PIM etc. The entire Office 2003 is simply an
excellent example of Unicode implementation: very complete, very exhaustive,
very reliable. It not only supports rendering of Unicode characters, but
also properly handles bi-directionality and has very good support for
complex scripts such as Arabic or Devanagari, using OpenType Layout.
The inexpensive add-in Microsoft Proofing Tools for Office 2003
) makes the package even more complete, since you get spellchecking
functionality in several dozes of languages as well as additional fonts.
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