IPP Mail Archive: Re: IPP> Notification Requirements

IPP Mail Archive: Re: IPP> Notification Requirements

Re: IPP> Notification Requirements

Carl Kugler (kugler@us.ibm.com)
Tue, 17 Feb 1998 12:59:25 -0500

Too bad the Hypermail archives don't do something useful with the attac=
hments.

ipp-owner@pwg.org on 02/17/98 10:27:07 AM
Please respond to ipp-owner@pwg.org @ internet
To: imcdonal@eso.mc.xerox.com @ internet
cc: Roger K Debry/Boulder/IBM@ibmus, Ipp@pwg.org @ internet
Subject: Re: IPP> Notification Requirements

Sorry Ira, I disagree. I think attaching the file AND including a poin=
ter
to
its location on the ftp server is the best approach. That way if you c=
an
look at it from your e-mail directly you can, otherwise you can retriev=
e
it from the server. Almost all the e-mail software I am familiar with
allows
you to specify whether an attachment is downloaded or not when you get
the mail.

Don

To: ipp%pwg.org@interlock.lexmark.com,
rdebry%us.ibm.com@interlock.lexmark.com
cc: (bcc: Don Wright)
bcc: Don Wright
Subject: Re: IPP> Notification Requirements

HELP,
Could you folks PLEASE stop sending PDF and Word files as enclosures
(which should not be happening on an IETF-chartered working group
list) and start regularly posting them to the PWG server and mailing
a pointer?
I've missed the context of a fair amount of discussion lately. Also,
when PDF is the most 'neutral' format posted (and not flat text),
some of us have great difficulties keeping up.
Roger, I haven't even looked at my scratch file copy of your note
yet, so maybe you sent a pointer.
Please lighten up on the huge opaque enclosures. Some of us only
get mail through a dial-up interface.
Thanks,
- Ira McDonald
High North
(consultant at Xerox)

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