Document Action: How to Use Anonymous FTP to Informational

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Subject: Document Action: How to Use Anonymous FTP to Informational
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  The IESG has reviewed the Internet-Draft "How to Use Anonymous FTP" 
  <draft-ietf-iafa-howftp-01.txt> and recommends that it be published by 
  the RFC Editor as an Informational RFC. This document is the product of 
  the Internet Anonymous FTP Archives Working Group. The IESG contact 
  person is Joyce K. Reynolds.