Reply to Questions concerning MHS

Kevin Jordan <Kevin.E.Jordan@cdc.com> Tue, 08 August 1995 13:35 UTC

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Subject: Reply to Questions concerning MHS
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From: Kevin Jordan <Kevin.E.Jordan@cdc.com>
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> Since i'm too lazy to walk thru the whole IETF drafts, I'll ask you to answer
> 2 questions of mine:
> 
>    - Is MHS the Novell 'messge handling system' or something different?
>    - If it is, are there UNIX mailers for MHS available (e.g. for SunOS
>      or Solaris)?

In the context of MHS-DS, "MHS" references the X.400 Message Handling System.
It does not refer to the Novell system.