SMTP and unicode

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Date: Tue May 17 2005 - 12:33:49 CDT

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    Faraz Siddiqi             
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    Dear All

    AOA i am making a unicode urdu email editor i want to i write midle tier to grab and relay data from text boxes as we do for english please let me know smtp by default will send data or i have to change code or implement some external commands, pls help me i am new to programming and got my first project related to unicode


    >From: Hans Aberg <>
    >To: "Doug Ewell" <>
    >CC: "Unicode Mailing List" <>
    >Subject: Re: ASCII and Unicode lifespan (was: Corrections to Glagolitic)
    >Date: Tue, 17 May 2005 18:25:27 +0200
    >At 06:56 -0700 2005/05/17, Doug Ewell wrote:
    >>Hans Aberg <haberg at math dot su dot se> replied:
    >>> It can be instructive to check the history of ASCII. See for
    >>> It says that the presently most widely used form is ANSI
    >>> So that standard has been in active use only 19 years.
    >>That's not a standard, it's a version of a standard. That would be
    >>talking about the life expectancy of "Unicode 4.1" instead of
    >Of course.
    >>For 99.9% of ASCII usage, there is no difference between the 1967
    >>version of ASCII and the 1986 update. I believe the update had to
    >>with the issue of treating 0x24 as a nationally variable "currency
    >>versus hard-coding it to the dollar sign.
    >It could mean that Unicode has a few more years of longevity to hope
    >for. :-)
    > Hans Aberg

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