Message-Id: <9501161937.AA21929@tabaqui> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Stephen R. van den Berg) Date: Mon, 16 Jan 1995 20:37:39 +0100 In-Reply-To: Paul Hoffman's message as of 1995 Jan 14 Sat 20:46. <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Hoffman), email@example.com Subject: Re: mailserver scheme, third round Paul Hoffman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > mailserver:<rfc822-addr-spec>/*[<header>/]/<body> >Headers are given in RFC822 format, and it is likely (and probably >preferable) that only a "Subject:" header be included. Headers are given >without spaces after them, such as "Subject:current-issue". >The body text may span more than one line. Any "/" character in the body >should be interpreted by the mail client as a CRLF sequence when >translating a URL to a mail message. Just a random thought: RFC822 does not require a space to follow the delimiting colon of a field name. So, does this mean that your example merely describes a Subject field without a leading space? Or does it mean that the mailserver URL should always cause a space to be added in the final message? Not that this is likely to cause much problems, it's just that the formulation is not quite clear on this point. -- Sincerely, email@example.com Stephen R. van den Berg (AKA BuGless). Up your accumulator.