This liaison is in response to specific questions raised in a liaison
from IETF LEMONADE in
OMA MWG-MEM thanks IETF LEMONADE for their consideration of our
previous liaison. We understand, and will take into consideration,
However, we have the following additional comments to your questions:
1. (on your question 2) MWG-MEM has not yet considered this and thanks
IETF LEMONADE for bringing
this to our attention. As a result, we will study the possibility of a
shorter list that is mandatory for the MEM enabler (and likely solicit
the advice of the OMA STI group). We will provide IETF LEMONADE an
update on this after our next meeting.
2. (on your question 4) According to the MWG-MEM RD, only notification
and send/receive roundtrip delay is of concern at this point. We will
inform IETF LEMONADE if these requirements change.
3. (on your question 6) According to the MWG-MEM RD, message recall is
still a requirement. Specifically, that the client be able to request
a recall and that success/failure be indicated back. MWG-MEM will
consider IETF LEMONADEâ€™s input in its realization of this requirement
and will let IETF know if any further work is requested. Note that work
continues on the MEM architecture document (AD). OMA MWG-MEM intends
to continue to provide detailed updates of the Mobile e-mail enabler
related activities as our work progresses. OMA MWG-MEM will hold its
next meeting on April 3-7 in Vancouver, Canada.
3 Requested Action(s)
We request the IETF LEMONADE Working Group to consider and accept these
4 Conclusion OMA MWG-MEM SWG wishes to thank the IETF LEMONADE WG for
its response to OMA MWG-MEMâ€™s previous liaison and for the analysis
and feedback they provided regarding the draft OMA Mobile Email RD and
OMA MWG-MEM looks forward to continued collaboration on these matters
with the IETF LEMONADE WG. Finally, OMA MWG-MEM wishes to thank the
IETF LEMONADE WG for its kind consideration of this liaison.