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Question on doc/usage of Deliveryflags and Conversion Tags (Doc ID 2433150.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 09, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 8.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

1.  In https://msg.wikidoc.info/index.php?title=Deliveryflags,_flagtransfer,_noflagtransfer_Channel_Options   

6 64 When placed on a source channel for an SMTP/LMTP server, enable transfer of delivery flags; equivalent to the flagtransfer channel option

     So does that cause smtp_client to use the XDFLG and XAFLG private SMTP/LMTP extension, if the server advertises it is available?

2.  If a message was submitted via SMTP Auth on one MTA, how do I set up to communicate that info to the next hop MTA?

3.  In https://msg.wikidoc.info/index.php?title=AUTH_REWRITE_mapping_table#AUTH_REWRITE_mapping_table

 

if a $O is specified, then another vertical-bar-separated string will be read from the mapping result string and used to set or override the value of the SMTP AUTH parameter for the current transaction. The saslpassauth channel option may then be applied to the destination channel to cause this value to be propagated as an AUTH parameter on the SMTP MAIL FROM command.

Does that mean saslpassauth is only useful if I have used $O in the AUTH_REWRITE mapping?

4.  If a Conversion Tag gets set on one MTA, how do I set up to communicate that info to the next hop MTA?

 

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