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The IETF needs your input about the Spamops document

  • From: Dave Crocker
  • Date: Mon Jun 13 14:53:30 2005

(The IETF is often criticised for having inadequate efforts concerning 
operations.  Here is your opportunity to take a small step to counteract that.)


Folks,

This is a request for you action:

A draft specification has been submitted to the IETF for standardization
as a "Best Current Practices".

Information about the document is at:

     <http://mipassoc.org/spamops/>

The document is in the final stages of a public "Last Call" process,
during which the IETF's management Steering Group obtains input about
interest in the document and hears about possible problems with it.

This document did not get developed within the IETF.  So there is no
record of community interest.

Consequently it is particularly important to have active postings from
the broad Internet community, expressing their assessment of the
document, notably including any plans to implement the specifications.

This document is a limited, first-step in specifying voluntary standards
for service providers, in their cross-net email operations.

Please send your comments to:

  To:  ietf@ietf.org
  cc:  iesg@ietf.org

Thanks.

  d/
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  Dave Crocker
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