Although still in its test phase Grammar Captive has just sent its first successful multipart (MIME) email message using PHPMailer — the software selected by Grammar Captive for the purpose of mass mailing.
Two messages (one containing ASCII script — namely, English — and one containing Japanese) in both the address line and body were sent. Both messages contained images. Both were successfully transmitted over a secure TLS/SSL connection.
Though a small issue, it was discovered during the experimentation that copies cannot be sent to recipients when the name is included in the address line. In short,
Still users must be warned.
Arabic was not attempted, but will surely work. This is because both use the same character set — namely, UTF-8.