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Re: [VPIM] Re: draft-ema-vpim-pndn-00.txt
(BI am waiting the discussion and answer about the ITU-T communication
(Bwhich you wrote below for long time.
(BAt 18:35 00/01/24 +0000, Graham Klyne wrote:
(B> At 09:13 AM 1/24/00 -0800, ned.freed@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
(B> >Now, the enhancement to DSNs presently being discussed is fairly different in
(B> >character -- we're talking about noting damage to or loss of specific message
(B> >parts, not loss of bits in an image. But I'm nevertheless worried about the
(B> >user perception of this facility, especially given past experience in how
(B> >things can be misinterpreted.
(B> >I guess my conclusion is that unless the user agents do a stellar job of
(B> >correlating the partial delivery information with the original message this
(B> >feature isn't going to be useful. And given the very slow uptake of user agent
(B> >support for parsing and correlation of regular DSNs, I'm pretty pessimistic
(B> >about this entire thing.
(B> I take your point, but it is interesting to note that one of the drivers
(B> for considering partial delivery notification has come from the traditional
(B> fax community -- As I recall, ITU-T SG8 have asked for Internet fax to
(B> report how many pages have been delivered. (I include below what I
(B> understand to be the requirements from SG8.)
(B> (I'm less clear about the driver from the voice mail community.)
(B> 2.2 Request - 2.2 The fax processed status information in RFC2530
(B> needs to be enhanced. We need a facility to enable the total number of
(B> pages and pages in error to be returned to the sender in a MDN to
(B> indicate successful processing. We need further precision on the fax
(B> status information using DSN and/or MDN.
(B> 2.3 Request - Similarly the specification within RFC2298 for the
(B> value processed need to be enhanced. We need further precision to ensure
(B> that the specific MDN response that is generated clearly indicates that
(B> the MIME body part(s) has been successfully processed (i.e. printed or
(B> Graham Klyne