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Re: RFC 5321 4.4 Trace info

2008-11-07 04:41:53

It's now almsot ok. Can you leave "interchangeably" out ? Most have don't have English a main language, this forces to use dictionary ... .
Just (also referred as "time  stamp" or "Received")  seems do the job.

SM wrote:
Hi Ivar,

Thanks for providing us with a different perspective of RFC 5321.

At 23:10 06-11-2008, Ivar Lumi wrote:
What about something like:
it MUST insert trace time-stamp-line("Received:" header) .... or vice versa.

("time stamp" or "Received")
The "or" in current version is not the best, both terms are noting same stuff, while "or" refers to choice one or the another.

Reading Section 4.4 again, I see that the ("time stamp" or "Received") might seem confusing to some people because of the "or". It is commonly known as the "Received" header. I wouldn't mind the redundancy if it makes the text clearer to implementors. I'm leaving in "trace" as the section is about trace information.

  When an SMTP server receives a message for delivery or further
processing, it MUST insert trace (also referred to interchangeably as "time
  stamp" or "Received") information at the beginning of the message
  content, as discussed in Section

Do you find the above clear enough?