Sun Java System Messaging Server 6.3 Administration Guide Exceptions for Telephony Application Servers

To support unified messaging requirements, Messaging Server provides the ability to override quota limitations imposed by the message store. This guarantees the delivery of messages that have been accepted by certain agents, namely telephony application servers (TAS). Messages accepted by a TAS can be routed through a special MTA channel that ensures the message is delivered to the store regardless of quota limits. This is a fairly esoteric usage, but can be used to telephony applications. For more information about configuring an TAS channel, contact your Sun messaging representative.

Quota by message type is useful for telephony applications that use unified messaging. For example, if a mix of messages, say text and voice mail, is stored in a user's mailbox, then the administrator can set different quotas for different types of messages. The user's email can have one quota, and their voice mail can have a different quota.