FW: RFC 4024 on Voice Messaging Client Behaviour
Glenn Parsons <gparsons <at> nortel.com>
2005-07-14 20:10:45 GMT
Another VPIM RFC has finally published.
That leaves three remaining in the RFC Editors Queue:
These should hopefully publish within the next month.
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Subject: RFC 4024 on Voice Messaging Client Behaviour
A new Request for Comments is now available in online RFC libraries.
Title: Voice Messaging Client Behaviour
Author(s): G. Parsons, J. Maruszak
Date: July 2005
Mailbox: gparsons <at> nortel.com, jjmaruszak <at> sympatico.ca
I-D Tag: draft-ema-vpim-cb-02.txt
This document defines the expected behaviour of a client to various
aspects of a Voice Profile for Internet Mail (VPIM) message or any voice
and/or fax message.
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