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From [email protected] Wed Jul 24 09:39:30 1996 Subject: MIME media type registration... To: [email protected], [email protected] Date: Wed, 24 Jul 1996 15:39:30 -0600 (MDT) From: "Steve Webb" <[email protected]> Cc: [email protected] (Chris Brinton), [email protected] (Jan Bromberg), [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] (Jon Rapp), [email protected] (Bill Pawlak), [email protected] (Arnold Alagar), [email protected] (Dennis Keller), [email protected] (Guy Poly) Content-Length: 2210 Content-Type: text X-Lines: 53 Status: RO Hello. I'd like to register a MIME media type if I could. I work for a company called Wyndemere, and we've written a package that we'd like to work seemlessly with the Eudora e-mail system. After spending some time on the phone with Eudora's developer support, they convinced me to make a MIME media type, so here goes: After plagerizing the format from the other e-mail submissions on your ftp site, I've come up with the following submission; Media Type: application Media subtype name: vnd.seemail Required parameters: none. Optional parameters: An optional version parameter can be specified. Encoding considerations: SeeMail files contain compressed binary data. Security considerations: none. Published specifications: Specification by example: From an SeeMail application, select "Send" from the main application screen. Enter a filename, and click on "OK". Specification by filename: Typical file extension for the application/vnd.seemail subtype is ".see" Specification by Macintosh "Creator" type: The seemail datafile is registered with Apple computer as data type "SeeM" and creator type "RMed". Free viewer: A receive-only version of SeeMail is available at: http://www.realmediainc.com Person & email address to contact for further information: Steven Webb Wyndemere 4875 Pearl East Circle, Suite 301 Boulder, Colorado 80301 (303) 444-8123 [email protected] SeeMail is an application that captures video and sound, and uses bit-wise compression to compress and archive the two pieces into a single file. This file is easily attached to a mail message, and sent via the internet to another SeeMail application. With this MIME subtype definition, we will attempt to make the e-mail/transmission part of the process automatic with a little help from EudoraPro by Qualcomm, inc. - Steven Webb OO E-mail: [email protected] * Homepage: http://wynde.com/~steve/ --ooOo-( )-oOoo--------------------------------------------------------------- Please Note: Some Quantum Physics Theories Suggest That When the Recipient Is Not Directly Observing This e-mail, It May Cease to Exist or Will Exist Only in a Vague and Undetermined State.