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2004-05-03 13:54:22

This version fixes an error and addresses the issues that Keith and John
raised, and makes the protocol much more reliable in general. These
changes are mostly in section 6.

I think that this will actually work, albeit only for ESMTP sessions.
Whether or not it is 'worth implementing' is a private issue at this
point. If folks are interested in pursuing it further, let me know and
we'll smooth out the text as needed.

Eric A. Hall                              
Internet Core Protocols

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        Title           : SMTP Service Extension for Inline DSNs
        Author(s)       : E. Hall
        Filename        : draft-hall-inline-dsn-01.txt
        Pages           : 11
        Date            : 2004-5-3
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