Einar Stefferud wrote:
> This is just an early warning to get you all in the right frame of
> mind. Should we consider organizing some kind of virtual
> connect-a-thon over the Internet?
That's worked nicely for S/MIME. The end result was a chart of
products known to interoperate with each other. (Of course, you
need more than two participants for it to make sense...)
> Should be build up a library of test cases? Perhaps mounted on some
> site where anyone can send a generated test message and get back a
> pass/fail/diagnosis response?
> Or, going the other way, request a test MHTML message to be received.
A set of test cases would be great, but I don't think there's much need
to automate the process. If there were just a collection of messages
sitting on a server somewhere that demonstrated some of the hairier
constructions, that would go a long way.
PS: please fix the list software to not point Reply-To back at the
list. It's wrong. See http://www.unicom.com/FAQ/reply-to-harmful.html