Why is there an International build and a Standard build for WorkgroupMail v7?
Q: I notice you have an International and a Standard build. Should I use the Standard if I am in the USA and International everywhere else?
A: No, the International and Standard builds are not to do with your location. The International Build supports Unicode characters so it can represent characters in non-English alphabets. The standard build is less capable and is limited to a reduced character set.
Q: Why do you have a Unicode (International) and Standard build?
A: Windows 95, 98, 98SE and ME do not support Unicode applications. If you run on these operating systems you MUST use the standard build.
Q: I run on 95, 98, 98SE or ME which version should I run?
A: The Standard version.
Q: I run on 2000, XP, 2003 or later which version should I run?
A: The International version or the Standard version.
Q: Can I upgrade from the Standard to the International version?
A: Yes, the International version will update your configuration files to the International file format.
Q: Can I downgrade from the International to the Standard version?
A: No, the standard build cannot read the International configuration files.
Q: What is Unicode? Where can I found out more?
A: Unicode is a character representation system used by computers. All data within a modern computer is represented as a number. The character represented by a number needs to be standardised. Unicode is a system for doing this. For more information see: