I cleaned up the text from the Memorandum I sent out earlier and removed
some of the more gratuitous commentary.
I think the conclusions and action items are a little more straightforward
Comments are welcome at any time.
This draft should be a more suitable discussion item IETF Orlando and the
upcoming PWG meetings.
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>Subject: I-D ACTION:draft-shockey-ipp2ifax-00.txt
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> Title : The Use of the Internet Print Protocol [IPP]
> as a Facsimile Service
> Author(s) : R. Shockey
> Filename : draft-shockey-ipp2ifax-00.txt
> Pages : 21
> Date : 26-Oct-98
>This memorandum discusses the use of the Internet Print Protocol
>[IPP] as a facsimile service. IPP has most of the functional
>attributes necessary to be a successful real time facsimile
>service on the Internet with little or no modification to the
>core IPP V 1.0 protocols [IPP-MOD] [IPP-PRO].
>IPP compliance with the legal and general custom and practice
>surrounding General Switched Telephone Network[FAX] will require
>some modification to the behavior of IPP clients and the common
>usage of time/date stamping on IPP transactions and logs.
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