On Wed, 28 Jan 2009, Paul Smith wrote:
To me, it was (initially) 'clear' that the example saying 'such as the
argument to the EHLO command', was precise enough to imply that the fact
that the EHLO command was sent should not be discarded. It could have
said 'such as the EHLO command', but it went out of its way to say '*the
argument to* the EHLO command'.
But there's plenty of other information that the server has to discard -
for example any AUTH results, any partial MAIL transactions - which isn't
explicitly listed in RFC 3207.
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