Universal Acceptance: Why doesn’t my new domain work on some platforms?
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- Universal Acceptance: Why doesn’t my new domain work on some platforms?
Universal Acceptance (UA) is a process that ensures that all domain names
and email addresses can be used by all Internet-enabled applications, devices, and systems.
New TLDs are not always recognized by all browsers, mail servers, and hosting platforms. This problem has existed since TLDs expanded beyond [.com] in 2002.
If you are finding that your new domain name doesn’t work, please report it to ICANN (they have a team actively working on solving this) to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com).
For more information, see https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/universal-acceptance-2012-02-25-en