"Keith Moore" is the author and co-author of several

Internet Engineering Task Force/IETF

Request for comments/RFCs related to the MIME

and SMTP protocols for electronic mail, among others:

*RFC 1870, defining a mechanism to allow SMTP clients and servers to avoid transferring messages so large that they will be rejected;

*RFC 2017, defining a (rarely implemented) means to allow MIME messages to contain attachments whose actual contents are referenced by a Uniform Resource Locator/URL;

*RFC 2047 amended by RFC 2231, defining a mechanism to allow non-ASCII characters to be encoded in text portions of a message header (but not in email addresses);

*RFC 3461 obsoleting RFC 1891,

*RFC 3463 obsoleting RFC 1893,

*RFC 3464 obsoleting RFC 1894, which together define a standard mechanism for reporting of delivery failures or successes in Internet email; and

*RFC 3834, standards for processes that automatically respond to electronic mail.

He has also written or co-written RFCs on other topics, including

*RFC 2964, Use of HTTP State Management (recommending constraints on the use of "HTTP Cookie/cookies" to address privacy concerns);

*RFC 3205, On the use of HTTP as a Substrate (discussing the use of HTTP as a layer underneath other protocols); and

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