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Title : SMTP Language Extension
Author(s) : M. Gahrns, A. Melnikov
Filename : draft-melnikov-smtp-lang-04.txt
Date : 09-Jul-01
The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol [RFC-821] allows server responses to
include human-readable text that in many cases needs to be presented to
the user. This document specifies a way for a client to negotiate which
language the server should use when sending human-readable text. It also
extends DSN format to include language field for the human-readable text.
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