Security Tue, 23 March 1993 13:23 UTC

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	Greetings from India.

	I'd like to know whether there exists an object class defined
	in the DIT that has an attribute defined for storing a person's
	public key. I'd also like  to know where to find information on
	efforts towards "bonding mail services with the OSI directory"
	( as mtr calls it ).

	Also, let me know if this is the right place to ask such questions !

All the best for the Ohio session
--Gopi Garge'