RFC1274 textEncodedORAddress

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Subject: RFC1274 textEncodedORAddress
Date: Wed, 05 Aug 92 09:30:58 W

In RFC1274 - The Cosine and Internet X.500 Schema - section 9.3.2 says that
the textEncodedORAddress attribute "...is intended for interim use only...".

Why is this? 
What other attribute can/should I use to indicate a users X.400 adddress?


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