re: Yet another X.400 vs SMTP question

Jock Gill <jgill@nsf.gov> Thu, 27 May 1993 01:14 UTC

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From: Jock Gill <jgill@nsf.gov>
Subject: re: Yet another X.400 vs SMTP question
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James,

Thanks for the reading list.

The technology issue is important but not the only one.  Is there no
integrating technology to render this issue moot?

I am very much interested in the social and political implications of
architectural technology choices with respect to sustaining a robust
democracy.

Regards,
Jock Gill

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