Previous versions of the MMP did not look at the inetUserStatus, mailUserStatus, inetDomainStatus, mailDomainStatus attributes. The MMP relied on the back-end server to reject connections when accounts were inactive, disabled or deleted. The current version of the MMP now supports these attributes and terminates the connection at the MMP layer if the status is something other than "active", "overquota" or empty. This should improve the scalability of a deployment when migrating users.
MMP debug log levels and session ID: The meaning of the "LogLevel" configuration option for the MMP has been changed to make it follow syslog conventions. In previous releases, it was an arbitrary value defaulting to 1. In this release it follows syslog conventions. The default value is 5 (LOG_NOTICE), and values from 3 (LOG_ERR) to 7 (LOG_DEBUG) alter the set of messages displayed and have the same meaning they do for syslog() . Also, the messages in the MMP debug log files now use a session/connection ID that is numeric and unique within the lifetime of the MMP process.