[Jmap] Possibility of Handshake support?

Paul Anthony Webb <paul@webb.page> Sat, 20 February 2021 01:19 UTC

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Subject: [Jmap] Possibility of Handshake support?
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I’ma fan of JMAP and am also invested in the Handshake protocol. For the uninitiated, Handshake enables decentralized domain names. Within the last two weeks, someone made a proof of concept and was able to exchange emails over IMAP with these domains.

Has anyone in the JMAP space done the same (or is interested in doing so)?