Gmail Now Rejects Emails with Suspicious Combinations of Unicode Characters

In an effort to block Spam from our inboxes, Gmail will be blocking eMails that contain skeptical combinations of Unicode characters.

Google will not give up the fight against scammers and spammers and find a way on how to stop spam from entering our inboxes. That is why Google announced that they are going to block eMails from domains that use a suspicious combination of accented or non-Latin characters.


 

Gmail Now Rejects Emails with Suspicious Combination of Unicode Characters

 



Gmail has also made it clear that they are going to make some changes that are going to prevent scammers and spammers from using non-Latin or accented characters in skeptical combination in Emails.

This is going to help users from receiving harmful or misleading messages and that is why Gmail will also filter Emails that are from domains that use these kind of suspicious combinations.

 

Gmail Now Rejects Emails with Suspicious Combination of Unicode Characters

 

Just in case you missed it, Google also announced support for non-Latin characters in Email addys and their is also partial support for eMail addresses with non-Latin or accented characters.

Google has also announced that they are also going to bring Calendar support for eMail addys that have non-Latin or accented characters and the company also hope that in the near future, users can also create Gmail accounts with these type of charatcers.



Leave a Reply