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Title : Originator-Info Message Header
Author(s) : C. Newman
Filename : draft-newman-msgheader-originfo-01.txt
Pages : 6
Date : 07/29/1997
This proposal is an attempt to provide a standard header to indicate
information about the message originator without implying that there is a
deliverable mailbox or mandating that internal network information be
revealed. The "Originator-Info" header is intended to make the "X-Sender"
and "X-X-Sender" headers obsolete.
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