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This draft is a work item of the Open Pluggable Edge Services Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Integrity, privacy and security in OPES for SMTP
Author(s) : M. Stecher
Filename : draft-ietf-opes-smtp-security-01.txt
Pages : 14
Date : 2006-9-26
The Open Pluggable Edge Services (OPES) framework is application
agnostic. Application specific adaptations extend that framework.
Previous work has focussed on HTTP and work for SMTP is in progress.
These protocols differ fundamentally in the way data flows and it
turns out that existing OPES requirements and IAB considerations for
OPES need to be reviewed with regards to how well they fit for SMTP
adaptation. This document analysis aspects about the integrity of
SMTP and mail message adaptation by OPES systems and privacy and
security issues when the OPES framework is adapted to SMTP and lists
requirements that must be considered when creating the "SMTP
adaptation with OPES" document.
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