I'm bringing this draft to this list's attention since it is related to
the no-solicit smtp extension that was discussed here. I'd welcome any
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Title : Attaching Meaning to Solicitation Class Keywords
Author(s) : C. Malamud
Filename : draft-malamud-keyword-discovery-00.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 2005-1-28
This Internet-Draft proposes a mechanism for finding information
about solicitation class keywords which are defined in RFC 3865, the
No Soliciting SMTP Service Extension. The mechanism uses a DNS NAPTR
Resource Record to associate a URI with a solicitation class keyword.
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