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I-D ACTION:draft-ietf-vpim-cc-00.txt

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	Title		: Critical Content of Internet Mail
	Author(s)	: E. Burger, E. Candell
	Filename	: draft-ietf-vpim-cc-00.txt
	Pages		: 11
	Date		: 09-Aug-00
This document describes a mechanism for identifying the body parts
that the sender deems critical in a multi-part Internet mail
By knowing what parts of a message the sender deems critical, a MTA
or UA can intelligently handle multi-part messages.  Applications of
critical content include, but are not limited to, the following
applications.  Critical content can help a smart gateway decide what
parts to forward.  It can indicate how hard a gateway should try to
deliver a body part.  It can help an MTA to select body parts to
silently delete when a system of lesser capability receives a
message.  In addition, critical content can help indicate the
notification strategy of the receiving system.

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