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Uninitialized Use Of As= In The MTA Log (Doc ID 2441079.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2019

Applies to:

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

Goal

We see log entries where the "as=" value does not match "us=" e.g.

See the following for more information on the meaning of these fields:

Log_format MTA option - https://msg.wikidoc.info/index.php/Log_format_MTA_option
 ac - entry type or action (always present; also appears in en entries)
 us - username (present if bit 0/value 1 of log_username is set and a username is available)
 as - (new in 8.0) Authenticated user's primary mail address, i.e., normally the value of the user's mail attribute (present if bit 2/value 4 of log_username is set and a primary address is available)

Store Transaction Log Format  https://msg.wikidoc.info/index.php/Store_Transaction_Log_Format
us - User name: the canonial authorization user identity (the permanent identity of the primary mail account being accessed). For more information on user identifiers see User Identifiers. Can also be [unauthenticated] when appropriate. For the ac action, the string "Admin" is used when this can't be determined (typically for mboxutil).

Actionattributes Option -  https://msg.wikidoc.info/index.php?title=Actionattributes_Option#actionattributes
The actionattributes option (available for imap, pop, and messagetrace) specifies the action attributes enabled in Message Store transaction logging. This can take the value of "all" to enable logging of all actions, or "+(e1 e2 e3)" to enable only event codes listed, or "-(e1 e2 e3)" to enable all events except those listed. See the Store Transaction Log Format section for permitted event codes.
 
Actions Option https://msg.wikidoc.info/index.php?title=Actions_Option
For 8.0.1 this is "all" by default and for 8.0.2 this is "-(mi)" (log all attributes except the message id attribute) by default. Note that the message id is expensive to extract from message headers and requires per-message logging of expunge events.
The default value is: -(mi)

Store Transaction Log Format - https://msg.wikidoc.info/index.php?title=Store_Transaction_Log_Format
ac - Action code. First letter is 'O' for connection open and 'C' for connection close.
Subsequent letters are extensible flags. See MTA transaction log entry format for the
meaning of the subsequent flags for the MTA.
E Enqueue.

Solution

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