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Sun Java System Messaging Server 6 2004Q2 Administration Guide 

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Table 1-1 Optional Flags for the Messaging Server configure Program
Table 1-2 Post-Installation Directories and Files
Table 1-3 Port Numbers Designated During Installation
Table 1-4 Potential Port Number Conflicts
Table 1-5 Ownership and Access Mode Changes to Sun_MsgSvr
Table 2-1 Messaging Server Configuration Files that Generate *.MERGED or *.CHANGES files
Table 3-1 Supported Versions of Sun Cluster Server and Veritas Cluster Server
Table 3-2 Veritas Cluster Server Attributes
Table 4-1 Passwords Set in Messaging Server Initial Runtime Configuration
Table 4-2 Start, Stop, Restart in a Sun Cluster 3.0/3.1 Environment
Table 4-3 Start, Stop, Restart in Veritas 1.3, 2.0, 2.1, and 3.5 Environments
Table 4-4 Services Monitored by watcher and msprobe
Table 4-5 HA Automatic Restart Parameters
Table 6-1 Identity Server Single Sign-On Parameters
Table 6-2 SSO Interoperability
Table 6-3 Trusted Circle Single Sign-On Parameters
Table 7-1 Messaging Multiplexor Configuration Files
Table 7-2 MMP Commands
Table 9-1 Object Classes Resulting from Various schematag Values
Table 9-2 Attributes to Check Against
Table 9-3 MTA Options Which Set the Retrieved Disk Quota and Message Quota Attributes
Table 9-4 MTA Options, Default Attributes, and Metacharacters
Table 9-5 Single-Character Prefixes for options in the DELIVERY_OPTIONS MTA option.
Table 9-6 Additional Metacharacters for Use in Delivery Options
Table 9-7 Integers Controlling Behavior Modification of the $nI and $nS Metacharacters
Table 9-8 Special Template Strings
Table 9-9 Group Expansion Attributes
Table 9-10 local.imta.schematag Values and Attributes
Table 9-11 Settings for the LDAP_USE_ASYNC MTA Option
Table 10-1 Addresses and Associated Channels
Table 10-2 Messaging Server Mapping Tables
Table 10-3 Mapping Pattern Wildcards
Table 10-4 Mapping Template Substitutions and Metacharacters
Table 10-5 MTA Configuration Files
Table 10-6 Job Controller Configuration File Options
Table 10-7 REVERSE mapping table flags
Table 10-8 FORWARD mapping table flags Flags Description
Table 10-9 Notification Message Substitution Sequences
Table 10-10 Keywords for Sending Notification Messages to the Postmaster and Sender
Table 11-1 Summary of Special Patterns for Rewrite Rules
Table 11-2 Summary of Template Formats for Rewrite Rules
Table 11-3 Extracted Addresses and Host Names
Table 11-4 Summary of Rewrite Rule Template Substitutions and Control Sequences
Table 11-5 LDAP URL Substitution Sequences
Table 11-6 Single Field Substitutions
Table 11-7 Sample Addresses and Rewrites
Table 12-1 Channel Keywords Alphabetized
Table 12-2 Channel Keywords Categorized by Function
Table 12-3 SMTP Channels
Table 12-4 SMTP Command and Protocol Keywords
Table 12-5 TCP/IP Connection and DNS Lookup Keywords
Table 12-6 authrewrite Integer Values
Table 12-7 Message Processing and Delivery Keywords
Table 12-8 missingrecipientpolicy Values
Table 13-1 Predefined Channels
Table 13-2 Local Channel Options
Table 13-3 Conversion Channel Environment Variables
Table 13-4 Conversion Channel Output Options
Table 13-5 Special Directives Commonly Used By the Conversion Channel
Table 13-6 Conversion Parameters
Table 13-7 CHARSET-CONVERSION Mapping Table Keywords
Table 14-1 MTA Channel Keywords for Spam Filters
Table 14-2 MTA Spam Filter Options (options.dat)
Table 14-3 Selected Brightmail Configuration File Options
Table 14-4 SpamAssassin Options (spamassassin.opt)
Table 15-1 LMTP Status Codes for Recipients
Table 16-1 Prefix Characters for the Autoreply Rule in DELIVERY_OPTIONS
Table 17-1 Access Control Mapping Tables
Table 17-2 PORT_ACCESS Mapping Flags
Table 17-3 Access Mapping Flags
Table 17-4 filter Channel Keyword URL-pattern Substitution Tags (Case-insensitive)
Table 18-1 Message Store Command-line Utilities
Table 18-2 Message Store Directory Description
Table 18-3 ACL Rights Characters
Table 18-4 Variables for Configuring Distributed Shared Folders
Table 18-5 readership Options
Table 18-6 Message Store Quota Attributes (See Sun Java System Communcations Services Schema Reference Manual for latest and complete information.)
Table 18-7 Message Store configutil parameters (See Sun Java System Messaging Server Administration Reference for latest and complete information.)
Table 18-8 imexpire Attributes
Table 18-9 imexpire Folder Patterns
Table 18-10 Expire and Purge configutil Log and Scheduling Parameters
Table 18-11 mboxutil Options
Table 18-12 Disk Space Alarm Attributes
Table 18-13 stored Options
Table 18-14 stored Operations
Table 18-15 Message Store Database Snapshot Parameters
Table 18-16 reconstruct Options
Table 19-1 Some SASL and SASL-related configutil Parameters
Table 19-2 SSL Ciphers for Messaging Server
Table 19-3 Wildcard Names for Service Filters
Table 20-1 Logged Services
Table 20-2 Logging Levels for Store and Administration Services
Table 20-3 Categories in Which Log Events Occur
Table 20-4 Filename Conventions for Store and Administration Logs
Table 20-5 Store and Administration Log File Components
Table 20-6 Logging Entry Codes
Table 20-7 Dispatcher Debugging Bits
Table 21-1 MTA Log Files
Table 22-1 Recommended stored Parameters
Table 22-2 counterutil alarm Statistics
Table 22-3 counterutil imapstat Statistics
Table 22-4 counterutil diskstat Statistics
Table 22-5 counterutil serverresponse Statistics
Table B-1 iBiff Configuration Parameters
Table C-1 LDAP URL Options
Table D-1 SMS Attributes
Table D-2 Fields in Generated in a BIND_TRANSMITTER PDU
Table D-3 Mandatory Fields in Generated SUBMIT_SM PDUs
Table D-4 Optional Fields in Generated SUBMIT_SM PDUs
Table D-5 SMS Channel Options
Table D-6 USE_HEADER_FROM Values
Table D-7 Valid Values for USE_UCS2
Table D-8 Numeric Plan Indicator Values
Table D-9 Typical TON Values
Table D-10 SMS Priority Values Interpreted for Each SMS Profile Type
Table D-11 Mapping for Translating Priority: Header to SMS Priority Flags
Table D-13 SMS Interpretation of Privacy Values
Table D-14 Mapping Translation of Sensitivity: Headers to SMS Privacy Values
Table D-15 DEFAULT_VALIDITY_PERIOD Format and Values
Table D-16 DEBUG Bitmask
Table D-17 Substitution Sequences
Table D-18 Two-Way Configuration Exceptions
Table D-19 SMPP Server Protocol Data Units
Table D-20 Global Options
Table D-21 DEBUG Bitmask
Table D-22 SMPP Relay Options
Table D-23 SMPP Server Options
Table D-24 SMS Gateway Server Profile Options
Table D-25 Priority Flag Mapping from SMS to Email
Table D-26 Privacy Flags Mapping from SMS to Email
Table D-27 SMS Gateway Server Storage Requirements
Table E-1 Directory Server Installation Parameters
Table E-2 Administration Server Initial Runtime Configuration Program Parameters
Table E-3 Script Parameters
Table E-4 Messaging Server Initial Runtime Configuration Program Parameters

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