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Dear Friends,

Mr. Jonathan "Jock" Gill of the White House Office of Media Affairs has 
asked "I am wondering what over-all, total, advantage X.400 offers?" and 
"I would like to see a comparative analysis of TCP/IP versus X.400".  I 
think we can assume he is interested in X.500 and other flavors of 
directory as well.

I would like to give you, the experts, an opportunity to field these 
questions if you are so inclined.  I have attempted to forward them as I 
understand Jock to have asked them.

You can reply directly to Jock at jgill @nsf.gov.  Please copy me so I can 
benefit as well.  Thanks

Tom DeWitt