Monday, June 10, 2019

IDN domains are those that contain special characters (eg accented letters, diacritics, etc.)

Until now, both for registration and for each subsequent management operation, it was necessary to specify these names after converting them to the Punycode format.

In order make management simpler, from today it is also possible to specify them using the normal characters of set UTF8.

Therefore, for example the domain perchèlà.it may be specified with the normal spelling UTF8 (perchèlà.it), and no longer in the format punycode (xn--perchl-nta6d.it)

Only for DNS records management, it will continue to be necessary to specify the IDN domain in Punycode format.





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