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ETSI - TS 119 534-2

Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures (ESI); Testing Conformance and Interoperability of Registered Electronic Mail Services; Part 2: Test suites for interoperability testing of providers using same format and transport protocols

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 February 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 117
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The present document defines:

1) A test suite for supporting interoperability tests within the field of Registered Electronic Mail (REM hereinafter) as specified in ETSI EN 319 532 parts 1 [3], 2 [4], 3 [5] and 4 [6]. The test suite defines test cases for the following environments:

- Environments that correspond to the basic model as defined in ETSI EN 319 532-1 [3] where sender and all the entities at receiving side are subscribed to the same REMS. Test cases are defined for REMSs operating Store&Forward and for REMSs operating Store&Notify styles.

- Environments that correspond to the 4-corner model as defined in ETSI EN 319 532-1 [3] where sender is subscribed to one REMS and the entities at receiving side are subscribed to another one, and no intermediate REMS is required for relaying REM messages between them. Test cases are defined for covering the three possible different combinations of styles, namely Store&Forward to Store&Forward, Store&Forward to Store&Notify, and Store&Notify to Store&Forward.

- Environments that correspond to the extended model as defined in ETSI EN 319 532-1 [3] where sender is subscribed to one REMS and the entities at receiving side are subscribed to another one, and intermediate REMSs are required for relaying REM messages between them. Test cases are defined for covering two different combinations of styles, namely Store&Forward to Store&Forward to Store&Forward, Store&Forward to Store&Notify to Store&Forward.

2) A mechanism for documenting new test cases and expanding the aforementioned test suite.

Document History

TS 119 534-2
February 1, 2019
Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures (ESI); Testing Conformance and Interoperability of Registered Electronic Mail Services; Part 2: Test suites for interoperability testing of providers using same format and transport protocols
The present document defines: 1) A test suite for supporting interoperability tests within the field of Registered Electronic Mail (REM hereinafter) as specified in ETSI EN 319 532 parts 1 [3], 2...

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