[enum-wg] ENUM-capable email client?
Kewin Stoeckigt kewin at acm.org
Tue Nov 1 06:07:41 CET 2005
Hi, Wang Feng wrote: > An E.164 number may can considered as an identifier of some person, different applications can get corresponding address information by ENUM resolving. > > I also think that for MUA it should firstly turn an E.164 number into an appointed Email address, which is convenient to access destined person and also can be flexible to change when needed, not ENUM as a new fixed Email address like +861062619750 at e164.arpa. this was also the way how I understood Carstens questions. Punching in an ENUM and the 'backend' resolves it to an email john at doe.com Kewin > > Wang Feng > fengw at cnnic.cn > > ======= 2005-10-20 14:20:00 ======= > > >>Florian Weimer wrote: >> >>>* Carsten Schiefner: >>> >>> >>> >>>>My question is: is anyone aware of a similar extension or even built-in >>>>function of a mail client, so that an E.164 number would be resolved to >>>>an email address? >>> >>> >>>Shouldn't this be part of the MTA, and not the MUA? After all, it's >>>some kind of mail routing. >> >>IMO the ENUM lookup should be done in the client before sending the >>Email to the MTA. Because if there is no email address asscoiated with >>the E.164 phone number, the client can show the problem to the user >>immediately, wheras the the MTA would have to generate an error message. >> >>regards >>klaus >> > > > > >
[ enum-wg Archives ]