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This draft is a work item of the Voice Profile for Internet Mail Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Voice Message Routing Service
Author(s) : G. Vaudreuil
Filename : draft-ietf-vpim-routing-05.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 2003-6-19
Voice messaging is traditionally addressed using telephone number
addressing. This document describes two techniques for routing voice
messages based on a telephone number. The VPIM Directory service
provides a directory mechanism to lookup a VPIM email address with a
telephone number and confirm that the address is both valid and the
associated with the intended recipient. However this service will
take time become widely deployed in the nearest term. This document
also describes a more limited send-and-pray service useful simply to
route and deliver messages using only the ENUM telephone number
resolution service and the existing DNS mail routing facilies.
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