These are both discussed in the most recent MSG draft.
Please see draft-ietf-smime-rfc2633bis-03.txt.
At 03:40 PM 3/26/2003 +0530, Pandey, Arun wrote:
I had the following 2 queries. Would appreciate a response
on these if possible:
1. Going through the S/MIME mail archive I find a
discussion on the use of message types like
message/rfc822, message/partial etc. that
could be used to wrap a protected message (MIME
content + RFC822 Headers). Also as per
MOM of the 54th IETF meeting it seems that
message/rfc822 message type has been
finalized for this purpose.
My question is how should one distinguish
such a message ( A protected message wrapped
in message/rfc822) from a forwarded
message which also has a message type of
message/rfc822 and can also contain a non
protected message? Is an example message of
type message/rfc822 containing a
protected message available for reference?
2. The latest draft 'S/MIME Version 3.1 Message
mentions a new S/MIME type
"compressed-data". However for this new S/MIME type no
corresponding EIT has been defined in the
S/MIME TRANSPORT draft. Where would one be
able to find the corresponding EIT for