Access_orcpt MTA option

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Access mapping table MTA options: access_orcpt (bitmask)

The access_orcpt option's default value is 0. Setting access_orcpt to 1 adds an additional vertical bar delimited field to the probe value passed to the recipient access mapping tables (that is, the SEND_ACCESS, ORIG_SEND_ACCESS, MAIL_ACCESS, and ORIG_MAIL_ACCESS mapping tables) that contains the original recipient (ORCPT) address (or if the message doesn't have an ORCPT address, then the original unmodified RCPT TO: address is used instead). A new feature added for MS 6.3 are separate bits to separately control inclusion of the ORCPT value in these various mapping table probes. Note that such values take the form of an address type string, followed by a semicolon, followed by the address. For instance, rfc822;user@domain.com.

access_orcpt MTA option bit values
Bit Value Usage
0 1 If set, include ORCPT value in each [ORIG_]SEND_ACCESS and [ORIG_]MAIL_ACCESS mapping table probe
1 2 (New in 6.3) If set, include ORCPT value in each ORIG_SEND_ACCESS probe
2 4 (New in 6.3) If set, include ORCPT value in each SEND_ACCESS probe
3 8 (New in 6.3) If set, include ORCPT value in each ORIG_MAIL_ACCESS probe
4 16 (New in 6.3) If set, include ORCPT value in each MAIL_ACCESS probe

Bit 0 is the least significant bit.



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