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Re: sieve draft
Bart Schaefer wrote:
> Hmm; having written that, I see that as presently written the sieve draft
> assumes that the message has already been "accepted" and that the bounce
> action merely resends it via a DSN. In that case I agree that "bouncing"
> the message is much less interesting as a separate action. However, I'm
> not convinced that there aren't valid reasons to want to use a DSN rather
> than an MDN to describe what has occurred.
My opinion is that once the message have been delivered, sending a
DSN would not make sense anymore. Not the least since communication
beyond the point of delivery should be regarded as end-to-end,
between end-users (or their agents). From that perspective, using
MDN seem more appropriate if you want to do any "out-of-band"
communication to the other end.
Tomas Fasth <tomas.fasth@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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