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How to creare arabic email address and mx record

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Hi,

We have exchange 2013.
We want to register MX record in arabic and create email addresses in arabic.
Has anyone done it before?
Is it possible to create email address in Arabic.
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DNS records can have arabic (it will be translated back to normal ASCII though). The first part of the email address cannot have arabic characters though.
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Is there any reference from Microsoft that it is not possible to create email address in Arabic?
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You don't need a reference from Microsoft. You need to look at the current RFC6531 and supported servers. See this page, the first List of supported servers under the Extensions chapter.
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