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Authenticated Mail Transfer Protocol

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Expired & archived
Author Brice Crouzet
Last updated 2003-10-02
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft is available in these formats:


Recent years have seen electronic mail becomes the first mode of communication. Electronic mail allows users to exchange information using different formats such as files, pictures, videos and text messages. Electronic mail is quicker and faster than other modes of communication but it generates more problems, such as email bombing, email virus, email spoofing, anonymous email, relaying email and in particular spam email. This Internet Draft aims at solving or reducing the above problems by proposing a new transfer protocol, Authenticated Mail Transfer Protocol. Authenticated Mail Transfer Protocol is a second modified version of the current transfer protocol, Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. It identifies a sender, differentiates a server from a user, changes the electronic mail structure and improves the electronic mail transaction.


Brice Crouzet

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