Some e-mail addresses are not interpreted correctly

FAQ #101162

There are some characters like D, H, R, C and L that can be wrong interpreted if this characters are the first one behind the @.


The characters mentioned above can be used to implement a PCD value like register or countersin a text. For example $D implements the date, $R1000 the value of register 1000 etc. In an email address the @ is in some cases interpreted like the $. Therefore it can lead to problems if one of this characters follows the @. Per example:
In this case the date is introduced to the email address : For that reason the email will never arrive at his destination due to this wrong interpretation.

At the moment the only workaround for this problem is to implement a second @ :
With this additional @ the interpretaition will be correctly.



PG5 2.0 / E-Mail

Last update: 28.05.2015 11:28

First release: 13.03.2009 09:23

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