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Bernard Aboba wrote:
I see that in the new draft the example "fred@foo" becomes now a
valid NAI because the definition of the realm changed compard to the
original RFC, but in naibis it is still in the invalid list - but
that has to be changed I guess?
I think this is a problem because "foo" is not a full qualified domain
name. This creates the need to reopen the namespace allocation mechanism
in the IANA considerations section. This is not something we want to
I agree with Bernard that we don't want to change the
But Stefaan, why do you think fred@foo should become
legal? I don't remember making any such change to the BNF
which would make it legal, unless "foo" is a TLD of course.
But I may have missed something. If so, tell me what...
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