Proxy Mail Address Protocol
draft-coulter-pmap-00

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Author Derek Coulter 
Last updated 1998-08-05
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
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Abstract

This specification defines a service that manages a type of disposable Internet mail address known as a proxy address. Proxy addresses conform to the standard addressing scheme [RFC 822] and exist in the same address space, but act as aliases for regular, fixed addresses. Users may own many at a time and allocate and deallocate them at will. The service also defines a distinct command-response interface for use between client and server implementations to conduct management chores.

Authors

Derek Coulter (dcoulter@cgo.wave.ca)

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