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I-D ACTION:draft-wugofski-mms-uri-scheme-00.txt

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	Title		: MMS URI Schemes
	Author(s)	: T. Wugofski
	Filename	: draft-wugofski-mms-uri-scheme-00.txt
	Pages		: 17
	Date		: 2003-9-16
This memo specifies URI (Universal Resource Identifier) schemes used
in Multimedia Messaging, as specified by the 3GPP.
The 'mmsto' URI scheme is used to designate the MMS address of an
individual or service. In its simplest form, an 'mmsto' URI contains
either an E.164 phone number or an Internet mail address.
For greater functionality, because interaction with some resources
may require message headers or message bodies to be specified as well
as the MMS address, the 'mmsto' URI scheme may optionally include MMS
header fields and the message body.
The 'mms' URI scheme is used to designate an MMS message and the
sending of that message from the message originator.

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