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Change "In Internet, these methods are called privacy enhanced mail (PEM) or pretty good privacy (PRP)" to " There are two methods used in Internet mail for this, Privacy Enhanced Mail (PEM) and Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)"
typing was only 20 % of the working time for personnel and 6 % of the total wage cost.
typing was only 20 % of the working time for personnel costing 6 % of the total wage costs.
Change "MULTIPART/MIXED" to "MULTIPART/ALTERNATIVE".
MIME also allows a message to contain, instead of the text of the message, a reference to some place where the message is stored and can be retrieved. To indicate this, the content-type MESSAGE/EXTERNAL-BODY is used.
MULTIPART/DIGEST to indicate that this is a collection of several messages written by different authors.
An Internet standard for delivery notifications was announced in the beginning
of 1996, but it is not yet widely implemented. For more information, see URL
The Usenet News protocol is called network news transfer protocol and is specified in RFC 1036.
The Usenet News protocol is called Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) and is
specified in RFC 977. The standard for the format of Usenet News articles is specified
in RFC 1036.
Change "UCCP" to "UUCP".
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