> I'm not sure if this question is appropriate to this mailing list but...
> Do we have RFCs stored locally anywhere? If so, where? If not, does anyone
> know offhand any ftp sites with relatively updated RFC docs etc.
I've got a handfull of RFCs stored locally but not many. There's no
``offical'' local collection. Try ftp://archie.au/rfc/
> While i'm on a gimme trip, does ne1 know where i can get any docs relating
> to SMTP, speicifically with a view to gateways to other email backbone
> standards such as X400 etc. Let's see some of this progsoc general
> knowlege given a work out...
>From the rfc index...
1090 Ullmann, R. SMTP on X.25 SMTP on X 25. 1989 February; 4 p.
(Format: TXT=6141 bytes)
1047 Partridge, C. Duplicate messages and SMTP. 1988 February; 3 p.
(Format: TXT=5888 bytes)
876 Smallberg, D. Survey of SMTP implementations. 1983 September; 13 p.
(Format: TXT=38529 bytes)
822 Crocker, D. Standard for the format of ARPA Internet text messages.
1982 August 13; 47 p. (Format: TXT=109200 bytes) (Obsoletes RFC 733)
821 Postel, J.B. Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. 1982 August; 58 p.
(Format: TXT=124482 bytes) (Obsoletes RFC 788)