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This draft is a work item of the Internet Fax Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Full-mode Fax Profile for Internet Mail: FFPIM
Author(s) : D. Crocker, G. Klyne
Filename : draft-ietf-fax-ffpim-08.txt
Pages : 9
Date : 2004-12-23
Classic facsimile document exchange represents both a set of
technical specifications and a class of service.Ã Previous work has
replicated some of that service class as a profile within Internet
mail. The current specification defines "full mode" carriage of
facsimile data over the Internet, building upon that previous work
and adding the remaining functionality necessary for achieving
reliability and capability negotiation for Internet mail, on a par
with classic T.30 facsimile. These additional features are designed
to provide the highest level of interoperability with the
standards-compliant email infrastructure and mail user agents, while
providing a level of service that approximates what is currently
enjoyed by fax users.
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