February 1981 | NTIA Technical Report TR-81-62
Need for Telecommunication Standards for Interconnection with the U.S. Postal Service EMSS
Donald V. Glen; Ray E. Thompson
Abstract: This report describes the effort which will be undertaken to determine telecommunication standards necessary for interconnection to the United States Postal Service (USPS) planned long-range Electronic Mail Service System (EMSS). This work is in compliance with an Administration Policy Statement which requires that organizations desiring to input messages into a future USPS EMSS via telecommunications means can do so if the interconnection standards are satisfied.
Keywords: communication protocols; Electronic Mail Service System (EMSS); telecommunication standards; United States Postal Service (USPS)
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