the problem with terminology, here, is matching existing practise, in
particular finding a term that people will be comfortable with. as
nearly as i can tell, 'bounce' is a common term, in spite of the fact
that it also applies to intermediate and successful delivery notices.
But "bounce" doesn't mean "delay" or "success"; it indicates failure only,
yeah. established human practise can produce some interesting anomolies.
Incidentally, the draft doesn't discuss message tracking at all (RFCs 3885
right. i could not think of anything about it that was 'architectural'.
My point is that (contrary to the draft implication) the MSs do not
connect to each other, an rMUA connects to both MSs simultaneously and it
is the rMUA that effects the synchronization.
the discussion is about information relationship, not about connections.
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