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2000-09-06 09:10:12
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        Title           : IPv6 SMTP operational requirements
        Author(s)       : M. Nakamura, J. Hagino
        Filename        : draft-motonori-ipv6-smtp-requirement-00.txt
        Pages           : 6
        Date            : 05-Sep-00

The memo lists operational requirements for IPv6 SMTP, and IPv6-capable
MX DNS records.  As we deploy IPv6 SMTP servers, it became apparent that
we need certain configuration in IPv6-capable MX DNS record, for stable
dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) SMTP operations.  The document tries to
clarify the problems we have in transition period between IPv4 SMTP and
IPv6 SMTP, and operational requirements for stable IPv4/v6 SMTP

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