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Old April 14th, 2004, 05:49 AM
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non-english web based mail

I was interested in experimenting with a web based email app that works with languages that use non-latin characters. What's the best approach to this? I'm considering maybe an applet since it can display the font but what else could I consider? I know the drawbacks to using an applet and I'm reluctant. I know that I could use some html code like & # 4680; to display the characters in browsers for example.

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You can try with an excellent web-based collaboration software called TrueDesk. Itīs available from http://www.mintersoft.com
It can be downloaded as a demo. Itīs in english and spanish and you can translate to the language you prefer.
You also have another software but this is for larger companies (EdgeDesk) if you want you also can try it ;-)


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I was interested in experimenting with a web based email app that works with languages that use non-latin characters. What's the best approach to this? I'm considering maybe an applet since it can display the font but what else could I consider? I know the drawbacks to using an applet and I'm reluctant. I know that I could use some html code like & # 4680; to display the characters in browsers for example.

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Smile non-english web based mail

Hello guys interesting topic yar.. me also looking for this.

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