[UA-discuss] Experimental EAI "free trial" services under one's own domain name?

Rubens Kuhl rubensk at nic.br
Tue Jun 27 18:40:22 UTC 2023

Zoho provides limited free usage (not only trial) for a bring-your-own-domain scenario, where you can only use webmail but not SMTP/IMAP. 

I’m unsure about their EAI readiness, but considering they are headquartered in India, my guess would be they support. 


> Em 27 de jun. de 2023, à(s) 12:16, Jim DeLaHunt via UA-discuss <ua-discuss at icann.org> escreveu:
> I am interested in how someone could set up an experimental EAI (globally inclusive) email server, under their own non-Latin domain name and with non-Latin local parts.  I have heard that email service providers, e.g. maybe Microsoft or Google or Data Xgen, have "free trial" services by which one could set up an experimental server. But I don't know the specifics.
> Can anyone point me to a URL which describe the "free trial" services of a particular vendor?
> Please help me collect information on what is already available. I appreciate replies to the list.
> Best regards,
>     —Jim DeLaHunt, from Canada
> -- 
>     --Jim DeLaHunt, jdlh at jdlh.com     http://blog.jdlh.com/ (http://jdlh.com/)
>      multilingual websites consultant, Vancouver, Canada
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