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I-D ACTION:draft-stebrose-lemonade-mmsarch-00.txt

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	Title		: Mobile Messaging Architectures and Requirements
	Author(s)	: A. Stebbens, M. Roselinsky
	Filename	: draft-stebrose-lemonade-mmsarch-00.txt
	Pages		: 15
	Date		: 2003-3-21
The increasing importance of messaging as a potential source of 
revenue for mobile networks has led operators to build or procure 
mobile messaging solutions.  Some operators have built mobile 
messaging solutions using IETF standards (IMAP, SMTP, MIME).  Another 
solution has been developed by consensus in the 3GPP and OMA groups, 
based on MIME, HTTP methods and WAP PUSH, which has been deployed by 
many operators.  
This document presents a taxonomy of messaging architecture 
components and models, providing a comparison of their feature sets.  
It also identifies the commonalities of these mobile messaging 
solutions and abstracts from these a set of mobile messaging 
The information is provided to inform and encourage future discussion 
of and improvements to Internet messaging in order to increase their 
applicability to mobile messaging systems.

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