Artifact Details: Inbound Internet Mail Traffic

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name
Inbound Internet Mail Traffic
identifier
d3f:InboundInternetMailTraffic
see also
http://dbpedia.org/page/Internetworking
definition
Inbound internet mail traffic is network traffic that is: (a) coming from a host outside a given network via an incoming connection to a host inside that same network, and (b) using a standard protocol for email.

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