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Re: Asynchronous message queue by SMTP&POP3

  • From: "K.Kawaguchi" <k-kawa@s...>
  • To: Simon Hargreaves <simonh@t...>, xml-dev@x...
  • Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2000 21:40:51 +0900

asynchronous messaging

> I would have thought layering a messaging protocol over existing email
> protocols, would be a bad idea. It would be better to have a service that
> could contain proccessing components based on the type of message going in
> e.g. the DTD. and also make it secure e.g. SSL from the start. The service

Well, you are right in the sense that such a full fledged system is
necessary.  I agree.

But at the same time I personally think that SMTP/POP3 can still work
very well in many situations; especially for lightweight systems.
Or, is it only me who feel like this?   If so, what am I missing?


Yet unsolved question is whether such a component already exists or
not...


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K.Kawaguchi     Swift,Inc.
E-Mail:k-kawa@s...



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