iClient is a free Windows plug-in that enables the use of multilingual domain names and e-mail addresses. It resides in your system tray and automatically detects and converts non-English character requests into the format used for registration and resolution.
Upon installation, you will be able to access websites using its hosted multilingual domain name and communicate with friends using multilingual e-mail addresses.
|Supported Languages and Encoding|
Chinese (Big5, GB) |
Japanese (EUC, JIS, SJIS)
Thai (TSC 620 2533)
Indian (Tamil Bilingual, Tamil Mono, Hindi, Kanada, Telugu)
European, Middle Eastern and Latin American Languages (CP & ISO-8859-X)
iClient supports all legacy encoding standards - including GBK, BIG5, Shift-JIS, EUC-KR, ISO-8859 standard (used in European and Middle East), Windows CodePages (used in localized Windows 3.1 and 95 system), UTF-8 (used in Windows 98/2000/ME, Internet Explorer, Netscape 6) and various others ASCII-Compatible Encoding such as RACE, DUDE, UTF-5 and UTF-8.
iClient is compatible with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000; runs on commonly used browsers like Internet Explorer (4.0 and later), Netscape Navigator and e-mail programs like Eudora, Netscape Messenger, Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express and Foxmail.
iClient now also supports popular web-mail services such as Lycos Mail, MSN Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail and Netscape Mail.
OS/Browser Compatibility Matrix for CJK Multilingual Domain Names
Supported Web-mail Services
[iClient Distribution Options]
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