- an actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression
- I like to mime President Bush.
- I cannot mime Ken in presence of the teacher.
- MIME CONTENT
- The processing rules for s/MIME operations are described in the section s/MIME (see Chapter 5.4).
- Although neither POP3 nor SMTP requires MIME-formatted e-mail, essentially Internet e-mail comes MIME-formatted, so POP clients must also understand and use MIME.
- Furthermore e-mail messages over the TESTA will be protected by s/MIME driven encryption mechanism.
- JavaMail API provides simple encryption and decryption of e-mails using s/MIME and/or OpenPGP.
- Protocols and standards to be used for encryption mechanism: s/MIME and related packages
- MIME serves as the standard for attachments and non-ASCII text in e-mail.
- Standards such as MIME were developed to encode binary files for transfer through SMTP.
- Protocols and Standards to be used for encryption mechanism: s/MIME and related packages
- The underlying certificate used by s/MIME mechanism has to be in compliance with X.509 standard.
- The open standard s/MIME as extension to de facto e-mail standard SMTP will be deployed to encrypt messages containing DNA profile information.
- Today, most SMTP servers support the 8BITMIME and s/MIME extension, permitting binary files to be transmitted almost as easily as plain text.
- The open standard s/MIME as extension to de facto e-mail standard SMTP will be deployed to encrypt messages containing DNA profile information. The protocol s/MIME (V3) allows signed receipts, security labels, and secure mailing lists and is layered on Cryptographic Message Syntax (CMS), an IETF specification for cryptographic protected messages.