IFX Mail Archive: RE: Questions to be addressed...

IFX Mail Archive: RE: Questions to be addressed...

RE: Questions to be addressed...

Michael Crawford (mcrawford@iready.com)
Thu, 25 Mar 1999 11:10:15 -0800

How about

"The transmission and reception of documents rendered in their
ORIGINAL form
is an essential global communications service."

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Shockey [SMTP:rshockey@ix.netcom.com]
> Sent: Thursday, March 25, 1999 10:37 AM
> To: Michael Crawford; 'Nick Webb'
> Cc: ifx@pwg.org
> Subject: RE: Questions to be addressed...
>
>
> >> Right, and many lawyers I've dealt with (here in CA) are happy to fax
> me
> >> something but rarely agree to email me anything important. It's part of
> >> that unmodifiable requirement Richard mentioned earlier.
> >>
> > *** I see your point on "unmodifiable". I guess I need to bone up
> >on VCARD and see how this applies...I thought VCARD only authenticated my
> signature,
> >not the content of my message...
>
> vCard RFC2425 and RFC2426 are not "digital signatures" they are a
> identity exchange format that is very popular in the email world to
> exchange "human friendly" address data such as phone, fax, street address,
> company, title etc.
>
> Digital signatures require trusted authorities to issue the proper
> certificates etc, verifying the content of the message usually involves
> some checksum calculation against the Content Object that is presented to
> the recipient by the sender.
>
> As for the class of transactions here.. how about this for a first line of
> the charter.
>
> "The transmission and reception of documents rendered in their final form
> is an essential global communications service."
>
>
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