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Subject:Re: More on LIST options change From:Doug Montalbano <D=Montalbano%GMP%Chiron -at- LARRY -dot- CHIRON -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 15 Feb 1994 12:56:00 PST
Kelly Hoffmann writes of an apparent standard for
as outlined in RFC822, which describes SMTP
-- the Simple Mail Transport Protocol.
Kelly, would you please say a little more about this? Where might we
learn more about the Internet standards?
If you reply, you may do so off-list if you think this information
is too abstruse.
Thanks a lot.
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