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Re: mailserver: vs. expanded mailto: URL

From: <Harald.T.Alvestrand@uninett.no>
Date: Fri, 24 Nov 1995 09:35:21 +0100
Message-Id: <9511240845.AA20615@mocha.bunyip.com>
To: asg@severn.wash.inmet.com (Al Gilman)
Cc: uri@bunyip.com
Al Gilman:
> Most of what you have to worry about is mail-client-generic and
> should be handled by a reference by title to whatever the mail
> security group tells us.
Oops - no such group.....I would like to have one, though; DRUMS
isn't supposed to write very much new prose, so it doesn't cut it.
> One URL-specific function that I don't want to forget is that the
> current context URL -- the equivalent of the "Referrer:" header in
> HTTP -- should be automatically affixed to the sent mail by the
> client as perhaps a "Referrer:" or the weaker "References:"
> header.
> And I would be glad to do what I can to help with this.  
Agree - "Referer" is probably the Right Thing, since References: is
limited to message-ID syntax. Should be included in both Mailto: and
Mailserver: descriptions (if they go ahead).


          Harald A
Received on Friday, 24 November 1995 03:45:51 UTC

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