On 1/25/2007 2:37 PM, Eric A. Hall wrote:
Ordering is always preserved in SMTP (even where pipelining is enabled),
and text after the code is usually ignored for protocol purposes
(usually), so that's presumably what I meant but I'd have to find my brain
from 2004 to answer for sure. I suppose I should fix this in the next
draft, as well as rename the extensions.
I resubmitted the I-D as draft-hall-deferrals-01.txt
The SMTP extension and the MAIL FROM command extension are both called
There was already a paragraph in section 6.2 about order of response being
preserved but I moved it into 6.3. Makes more sense there.
When this response code is returned, absolute response codes for
each of the recipients which were earlier acknowledged with a 352
response code during the envelope exchange MUST be provided, and
must be provided in the order in which they were originally
received from the SMTP client.
A section head was renamed, but otherwise no other changes were made.
Eric A. Hall http://www.ehsco.com/
Internet Core Protocols http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/coreprot/
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