IPP Mail Archive: RE: IPP> ADM - New Pronunciation of IPP?

IPP Mail Archive: RE: IPP> ADM - New Pronunciation of IPP?

RE: IPP> ADM - New Pronunciation of IPP?

Hastings, Tom N (hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com)
Thu, 13 May 1999 11:50:18 -0700

Good point.

And we have included the 'application/pdf' Portable Document Format with a
reference to the IANA Registry in the list of the example mimeMediaType
values in section 4.1.9 in the IPP/1.1 Model.


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Roach [mailto:broach@Adobe.COM]
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 1999 09:27
To: Richard Shockey; ipp@pwg.org; Larry Masinter
Subject: RE: IPP> ADM - New Pronunciation of IPP?

Or, why not send a PDF file? No virus problem; multi platform/OS support;
eminently printable...

At 07:13 PM 5/12/99 -0500, Richard Shockey wrote:
>At 04:37 PM 5/12/1999 -0700, Paul Moore wrote:
>>and why not just email a .DOC file (yes, yes, I know - or a PDF file) and
>>let the receiver do what they want with it (print it, edit it, store it,
>>copy it, ...)
>I can assure you that the last thing people want is to have lots of virus
>plagued .DOC files going from network to network.. sorry. I am continually
>made aware of major Fortune 500 companies that are blocking ALL MIME
>attachments at the firewall. Larry's points are well taken which is why we
>will eventually look into some of these issues in a QUALDOCS WG. Once 1.1
>is finished up that work can proceed.
>Reliable Document Transfer {aka fax like features} will need more that 1.1
>can or should provide such as mutual exchange identification, Least Common
>Denominators, Receipt Notification...full time/date logging etc.
>Do not underestimate the desire of end users to have reliable receipt
>notification even in IPP. As long as it is permissiable to repudiate a DSN
>or MDN message this requirement will continue to come up.
>Richard Shockey
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