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2001-11-26 09:54:57

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        Title           : ESMTP Service Extension for Filtering Gateways
        Author(s)       : B. Gingery
        Filename        : draft-bgingery-esmtp-adat-00.txt
        Pages           :
        Date            : 21-Nov-01

This  document  describes a needed extenson to the STD-10
SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol) service so that  an
ESMTP  server  and  client  mqy  delay specific recipient
acceptance until after content can  be  examined  by  the
filtering  gateway.   It  adds  one return code (355) and
three verbs (ADAT, DRCP and ERCP) to the  ESMTP  protocol
as  defined  in  RFC2821.

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