This page is about two issues:
- Programs that exist in multiple languages.
- Programs that handle multiple character sets. I consider this more important. As much as it is nice to have menu items in your languages, companies can't possibly make and support 20 different versions. But within one version they can support multiple character sets.
International E-mail Software By Operating System:
Also see various pages for links to specific programs in specific translations.
- Langoo is a web-based mail site that allows one to send mail in many character sets even without having foreign language keyboard or fonts; one types in phonetic Roman for a particular language, and it displays the e-mail to the recipient in the proper character set.
- LingoMail for Windows supports over 30 different charsets/languages. Recipients on Windows need not own Lingomail, but can use a free message viewer that can optionally be sent with your message.
- Other scripts: Hebrew, Persian, Turkish, Icelandic, Russian, East European, Greek, Esperanto, Japanese (Mac)
- PowerMail by CTM Development, for Macintosh, supports many character sets.
WordWalla multilingual email offers free web-based accounts.
- i-email.net "iEmail technology can best be described as a blackbox which may be adapted on the following systems to enable multilingual e-mail addresses: a) Web-based e-mail systems
b) Web-based mail forwarding systems
c) SMTP/POP Servers (Transport Agents & Delivery Agents)
d) iClient software to enable. The iEmail blackbox can be used in many implementations, which utilize email addresses. This includes a variety of applications such as Web-based e-mail systems, forwarding systems, Mail Transport Agents, Delivery Agents and Mail User Agents. What is important to note is that iEmail complies with the ASCII Compatible Encoding (ACE) and fully supports UTF-5, UTF-8, CIDNUC, SACE and other local encoding."
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