From: Dave Crocker, Sent: September 30, 2004 5:11 AM
|On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 22:48:20 -0400, John Glube wrote:
||"The techniques will be compatible with usage and
||operations practices for Internet mail based on applicable
||RFCs and BCPs."
|Probably no significant harm in adding this text, but I do
|not understand what problem is prevents or solves. So the
|only issue about adding the text is the tendency towards
|bloat from adding a series of such statements that
This is why I feel any qualifier, including adding
"mainstream" before "usage and operations practices for
Internet mail" is not required, but please see Matthew's
follow up question below.
|As far as I can tell, the IETF does not do standards that
|are INcompatible with other IETF standards.
From: Matthew Elvey, Sent: September 30, 2004 3:58 AM
|From CSV: "A sending SMTP client MUST supply a published
|domain name as the parameter to an SMTP HELO or EHLO." If
|that's consistent wiwth applicable RFCs, then I support
Dave, can you answer this?
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