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Concerning any accessibility issues around e-mail conversations, 
Cor reports that an accessibility expert says the main requirement 
is that the text be in ASCII.

Cor, does that mean Unicode (i.e., UTF-8) is undesirable?  Or was 
the response not that technical?

 - Dennis E. Hamilton
   tools for document interoperability,  <http://nfoWorks.org/>
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-----Original Message-----
From: Cor Nouws [mailto:oolst@nouenoff.nl] 
<http://listarchives.documentfoundation.org/www/discuss/msg07718.html>
Sent: Monday, October 03, 2011 13:15
To: discuss@documentfoundation.org
Subject: Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Top Posting...

[ ... ]

I just checked with Peter op 't Hof, Dutch accessibility expert.
He says there is no accessibility problem with mail handling. Most 
important is that it's ascii.
(I did not ask if the people that rely on special handling for 
accessibility, have to do some extra tolling or settings. But I imagine 
the people are informed well enough themselves.)

So accessibility can't be considered as a reason for different mail 
handling.
[ ... ]


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