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I'd like to draw attention to this ID. Alba and Francesco described the PEC
(Posta Elettronica Certificata) at IETF 71
(https://www3.ietf.org/proceedings/08mar/slides/smime-4.pdf) and this is the
ID that provides a much more detailed technical description of PEC. Many at
the meeting indicated they were willing to review - so please do and provide
comments to the authors.
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Title : Certified Electronic Mail
Author(s) : F. Gennai, A. Shahin, C. Petrucci, A. Vinciarelli
Filename : draft-gennai-smime-cnipa-pec-00.txt
Pages : 62
Date : 2008-6-30
Since 1997, the Italian Laws have recognized electronic delivery
systems as legally usable. After 2 years of technical tests, in
2005 the characteristics of an official electronic delivery
service, named certified electronic mail (in Italian "Posta
Elettronica Certificata") were defined, giving the system legal
Design of the entire system was carried out by the National
Center for Informatics in the Public Administration of Italy
(CNIPA), followed by efforts for the implementation and testing
of the service. The CNIPA has given the Italian National
Research Council (CNR), and in particular The Institute of
Information Science and Technologies at the CNR (ISTI), the task
to run tests on providers of the service to guarantee the
correct implementation and interoperability.This document
describes the certified email system adopted in Italy. It
represents the system as it is at the moment of writing,
following the technical regulations that were written based upon
the Italian Law DPR. November 2, 2005.
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