Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) in Email Addresses

The Bat! email client supports Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) in email addresses.

IDN names can contain national characters of the non-Latin alphabets, such as Arabic, Chinese, Cyrillic, Greek, etc., as well as the Latin alphabet-based characters with diacritics, such as French, German etc.

The Bat! supports national characters both in the local-part of an email address (before the '@' character) and in the domain part (after the '@').

The Bat! uses Punycode as a way to represent Unicode with the limited character subset of ASCII supported by the Domain Name System.

Download The Bat! and start sending messages to addresses that contain national characters in the local-part or the domain part.