NOTE: This charter is accurate as of the 29th IETF Meeting in Seattle. It
may now be out-of-date. (Consider this a "snapshot" of the working
group from that meeting.) Up-to-date charters for all active working
groups can be found elsewhere in this Web server.
X.400 Operations (X400OPS) Charter
- Alf Hansen <Alf.Hansen@uninett.no>
- Tony Genovese <email@example.com>
Mailing List Information
- General Discussion <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To Subscribe <email@example.com>
- Archive <>
Description of Working Group
X.400 management domains are being deployed today on the Internet. There is a
need for coordination of the various efforts to insure that they can
interoperate and collectively provide an Internet-wide X.400 message transfer
service connected to the existing Internet mail service. The overall goal of
this group is to insure interoperability between Internet X.400 management
domains and the existing Internet mail service. The specific task of this
group is to produce a document that specifies the requirements and conventions
of operational Internet PRMDs.
Goals and Milestones
- Initial meeting, produce internal outline.
- Working draft, circulate to interested people.
- Internet-Draft available.
- Dec 1991
- Document ready for publication.
NOTE: The Internet-Draft(s) listed below may have been deleted
since they are only good for six months.
``Operational Requirements for X.400 Management Domains in the GO-MHS Community'', 10/15/1993, Robert Hagens, Alf Hansen
``Postmaster Convention for X.400 Operations'', 05/19/1994, C. A. Cargille
``C=US; A=IMX'', 10/28/1993, E. Stefferud
``Using the Internet DNS to distribute RFC1327 Address Mapping Tables'', 04/18/1994, C. Allocchio, A. Bonito, B. Cole
Request for Comments