An extension to IMAP BODYSTRUCTURE for returning Content-Location information
draft-melnikov-imap-content-location-00

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Abstract

The [IMAP4] BODYSTRUCTURE FETCH data item allows a client to learn about the MIME structure of a message without the need to download the entire message. This document extends the syntax of the [IMAP4] BODYSTRUCTURE FETCH response data item to include information from the Content-Location header field described in [MHTML]. This extension helps MHTML-aware IMAP clients to save both the number of round trips and the amount of information sent across the network. Fallback strategies are also discussed when an IMAP server doesn't support this extension.

Authors

Mark Crispin (mrc@cac.washington.edu)
Steve Hole (steve.hole@messagingdirect.com)
Alexey Melnikov (alexey.melnikov@isode.com)

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