Scott Kitterman wrote on Saturday, March 31, 2007 5:44 PM -0500:
On Saturday 31 March 2007 18:17, Michael Deutschmann wrote:
The point of doing this (rather than pursuing a seperate ESMTP
extension) is that there seems to be much less red tape involved in
registering an AUTH keyword than there is in allocating an EHLO
For initial experimentation would could use an X- ESMTP keyword
without having to go through all the RFC lawyering.
IIRC, this is similar to the SUBMITTER extension proposed a long time
ago. That raised many howls at the time.
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