IFX Mail Archive: IFX> I-D ACTION:draft-klyne-qualdoc-goals-00.txt

IFX Mail Archive: IFX> I-D ACTION:draft-klyne-qualdoc-goals-00.txt

IFX> I-D ACTION:draft-klyne-qualdoc-goals-00.txt

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Title : Terminology and Goals for Quality Document Transfer
Author(s) : G. Klyne, R. Shockey
Filename : draft-klyne-qualdoc-goals-00.txt
Pages : 15
Date : 09-Sep-99

Internet fax [1,2] defines a way to send fax data over the Internet
using e-mail. But there is a clear desire, particularly on the
part on non-technical users, for a service that more closely
emulates the operational characteristics of traditional fax [3].
This document sets out some goals for such a service, and
introduces related terminology where needed. The memo 'Terminology
and Goals for Internet Fax' [4] is used as a baseline for this
memo.

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