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Matti Aarnio wrote:
In my first quick scan (oh my.. 13 000 plus IDs in IETF archive!
mere 1932 IDs after cleaning all expired/completed/etc...)
I spotted example SMTP session that violates a bunch of protocol
syntax details - and we have just had a discussion about the myriad
ways that people violate them.. ....
Yes, those are already being fixed.
About the idea of "put attachments in web-server" -- one thing that I
hate profoundly is MS Exchange's habit of converting incoming
TEXT/PLAIN email into TEXT/HTML in some obscure situations. Sender
didn't send HTML, and recipient (= me) doesn't want HTML. Why that
beast must do such stupidity ?
This idea of converting message so that the attachment can be
downloaded from elsewere (other than over IMAP) sounds like its
writers are thinking that everybody will move to webmail and HTML.
All in all, as a user I am very much opposed to ideas where my emails
encounter any other conversions, than those of transfer encoding.
Thanks for your comments and taking the time to review the document.
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