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 •  Three
parts:

 –  header,

 –  body,

 –  aNachments
(op0onal).

 •  Like
regular
mail,
the
header
is
the
envelope
 and
the
body
is
the
leNer.
 •  Plain
text

 

 Header:
 •  •  •  •  date,
sender,
and
subject

 message
id,

 who
are
the
carbon‐copy
recipients,

 return
path.

 •  SYNTAX
–

 KEY:VALUE
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 10/18/12
 Example
header
 Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 22:16:19 -0800 (PST) From: nolan@stat.Berkeley.EDU X-X-Sender: nolan@kestrel.Berkeley.EDU To: Txxxx Uxxx <txxxx@uclink.berkeley.edu> Subject: Re: prof: did you receive my hw? In-Reply-To: <web-569552@calmail-st.berkeley.edu> Message-ID: <Pine.SOL.4.50.0402022216120.2296-100000@kestrel.Berkeley.EDU> References: <web-569552@calmail-st.berkeley.edu> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII Status: O X-Status: X-Keywords: X-UID: 9079 Email
 •  Body
is
separated
from
the
header
by
a
single
blank
line.

 •  ANachment
is
included
in
the
body
of
the
message.

 •  To
figure
out
what
part
of
the
body
is
the
message
and
what
part
is
 an
aNachment
mail
programs
use
an
Internet
standard
called
 MIME,
Mul0purpose
Internet
Mail
Extensions.

 
 •  Content‐T...
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