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	Title		: Internationalizing Mail Addresses in Applications (IMAA)
	Author(s)	: P. Hoffman, A. Costello
	Filename	: draft-hoffman-imaa-03.txt
	Pages		: 11
	Date		: 2003-10-9
The Internationalizing Domain Names in Applications (IDNA)
specification describes how to process domain names that contain
characters outside the ASCII repertoire.  A user who has a non-ASCII
domain name may want to use it in an Internet mail address that
contains non-ASCII characters not only in the domain part but also
in the local part (the part to the left of the '@').  This document
describes how to use non-ASCII characters in local parts.  It
defines internationalized local parts (ILPs), internationalized mail
addresses (IMAs), and a mechanism called IMAA for handling them in a
standard fashion.

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