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Title : The Minger Email Address Verification Protocol
Author(s) : A. Hathcock, J. Merkel
Filename : draft-hathcock-minger-04.txt
Pages : 9
Date : 2007-11-12
This document describes the Minger protocol. Minger is a protocol
which allows a mail handling entity to query a remote service and
ask the question "do you accept mail for this email address?" It
includes security in the form of a hashed shared secret but can also
be used anonymously if desired.
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