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	Title		: Required behaviors for mail list managers
	Author(s)	: M. Meyer
	Filename	: draft-meyer-reqbehaviors-manager-00.txt
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 26-Mar-02
The behavior of mail lists on the Internet has become 
much more sophisticated than the alias expanders 
discussed in the standards for Internet messages 
formats. The lack of standard behavior for this part of 
the Internet messaging system creates confusion among 
users, resulting in misdirected or inappropriately 
duplicated messages. This document lists required 
behaviors for mail list managers derived from [RFC2821] 
and [RFC2822] in hopes of reducing the confusion, 
misdirected and duplicated mail, while at the same time 
simplifying the configuration process for mail list 

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