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All about French character .CA domain names:

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Starting January 13, 2013, you can register a .CA with French characters. Read more at http://cira.ca/why-ca/french-ca.

Starting January 13, 2013, you can register a .CA with French characters. Read more at http://cira.ca/why-ca/french-ca.

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  • CIRANews Canadian Internet Registration Authority at Canadian Internet Registration Authority I encourage you to check our FAQ on French characters here: http://cira.ca/why-ca/french-ca/faq/

    Supporting French characters for email addresses is not within CIRA’s ability to control; it is a function of email client and server software. Support for non-ASCII characters for email is far from uniform so functionality will vary.
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  • jfarsen ARSENEAULT Consultation at ARSENEAULT Consultation So how will a client that buys only 'préside.ca' be able to send/receive email? 1 year ago
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  • CIRANews Canadian Internet Registration Authority at Canadian Internet Registration Authority French has been uploaded.

    In response to your second question, you can’t, unfortunately. Web browsing software and DNS servers can support French .CA characters, however email servers and client software do not support French characters or other internationalized domain names (IDNs) uniformly, so don’t interoperate well.
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  • jfarsen ARSENEAULT Consultation at ARSENEAULT Consultation Very interesting, can we expect a French version of this document ;)

    Also, if one registers an accented variant (préside.ca), but not the ASCII version (preside.ca), how can emails be sent to info@préside.ca, if email accented characters are not supported?
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