Can I use international domains (.com, .net or .dk), with æ, ø and å?

It's possible to register .com, .net and .dk (for example) domains with international characters (called IDN), such as æ, ø, år or even é.

Some mail clients, however, can't read the characters correctly, so they'll need to translate it so-called PUNY code.

The domain domæ, would become, when translated to PUNY code.

Therefore we recommend, that you use a domain without international characters, as your mail domain.

A domain name with international characters, is often used to redirect traffic, to the main website.
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