According to a recent article posted on Google’s official blog, Gmail service takes an important step toward a more global email audience and starts recognizing addresses that include non-Latin characters. Until now, each email address required users to include non-accented Latin characters when log in, but things are getting some improvements.
Gmail will now allow you to use accented characters as well as addresses written in languages such as Chinese or Devanagari, meaning that you’ll be able to get and receive emails from persons who have email addresses containing these characters.
We know that language shouldn’t be an impediment for the communication process, so Google also added 13 new languages in Gmail service last month. As stated, some changes will be seen in the Calendar service as well, understanding that the localization industry becomes important for the future.
Source: Google official blogby