Re: Yet another X.400 vs SMTP question

Jock Gill <jgill@nsf.gov> Mon, 31 May 1993 18:06 UTC

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From: Jock Gill <jgill@nsf.gov>
Subject: Re: Yet another X.400 vs SMTP question
To: Steve Goldstein--Ph +1-202-357-9717 <sgoldste@cise.cise.nsf.gov>
Cc: Erik Huizer <Erik.Huizer@surfnet.nl>, "James (J.K.) Ko" <jamesko@bnr.ca>, genovese@ophelia.nersc.gov, osi-ds@cs.ucl.ac.uk
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Steve,

I would generally agree with you.  The issue is empowerment and not
control.  Government is to serve the people and not to constrain them. 
Government is for the people and not the institutions -- at least the last
time I looked.
Regards,
JPG

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