IFX Mail Archive: IFX> About ISSUE 29: What does the 'tel' s

IFX Mail Archive: IFX> About ISSUE 29: What does the 'tel' s

IFX> About ISSUE 29: What does the 'tel' scheme do for IPPFAX?

From: Hastings, Tom N (hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com)
Date: Tue Jul 31 2001 - 20:39:12 EDT

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    The 'tel' means the IPPFAX Receiver converts the text to voice according to
    the "document-natural-language", if supplied, or the
    "attributes-natural-language", which MUST be supplied and dials the number
    and sends the audio.

    There is the text from the IPPFAX document, which needs improvement:

    Standard URI scheme values include:
            'none': No off ramps are supported; MUST NOT be used with other
    values
            'mailto': The Receiver attaches the document to a mail note and
    mails it to the destination URI
            'tel': The Receiver dials the numbers and forwards the job
            'fax': The Receiver sends the document to the indicated FAX phone
    number.

    ISSUE 29: What does the 'tel' scheme do for IPPFAX?

    I suggest that the 'tel' line be replaced with:

            'tel': The Receiver converts the text to voice in the natural
    language identified by (1) the "document-natural-language" operation
    attribute, if supplied by the Sender, otherwise (2) by the
    "attributes-natural-language" operation attribute which the Sender MUST
    supply, dials the number specified by the 'tel' URL, and sends the audio.



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