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> Date: Thu Mar 28, 2002 04:08:31 AM US/Pacific
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> Subject: I-D ACTION:draft-klyne-msghdr-registry-04.txt
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> Title : Registration procedures for message header fields
> Author(s) : G. Klyne et al.
> Filename : draft-klyne-msghdr-registry-04.txt
> Pages : 20
> Date : 27-Mar-02
> This specification defines registration procedures for the message
> header fields used by Internet mail, HTTP, news and other
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