What is the definition of an Envelope, Body or Attachment for each protocol?
Last Updated June 19, 2008
Contains Envelope, body and attachment definitions for SMTP, HTTP, IM, FTP, NNTP, and TCP.
Envelope – The headers of the email message Body – The text of the email message Attachments – Any files attached to the email message
Envelope – The head element of the web page, containing the header information about the document, such as its title, keywords, description, and style sheet Body – The content of the web page Attachments – Any files transferred
Envelope – The connection information Body – The text of the conversation
Envelope – The connection information Body – Autogenerated text such as "FTP transmission of file: attachment name (attachment size)" Attachments – The files being transferred
Envelope – The headers of the email message Body – The text of the email message Attachments –Any files transferred
Envelope – The connection information Body – All of the strings extracted from the connection
Imported Document ID: TECH218937
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