Re: [apps-discuss] Spam reporting over IMAP

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Hi Zoltan,
At 11:11 13-01-2012, Zoltan Ordogh wrote:
>Instead of responding to individual emails one by one, I try to 
>clarify some of the concerns at least in a single response.

The single response does not address the issue I raised ( ).

>PS. I am solely a technical contributor, so asking me IPR-related 
>questions will always be a dead end. Please direct those questions 
>directly to the appropriate contact person, which, in, this case is 
>Sarah Guichard. Thank you.

draft-ordogh-spam-reporting-using-imap-kleansed-00 lists Zoltan 
Ordogh, Research In Motion Limited, as the author of the 
Internet-Draft.  The document states that:

   "This Internet-Draft is submitted in full conformance with the
    provisions of BCP 78 and BCP 79."

Do you have any concerns about 
draft-ordogh-spam-reporting-using-imap-kleansed-00 in respect to BCP 
78 and BCP 79?