Ldap_optinN MTA options
Direct LDAP attribute name options:
N (list of LDAP attribute names)
8, MTA options may be used to name user or group LDAP attributes whose presence in an entry normally (but see the
_null_optin MTA options) causes messages addressed to that user or group to be "opted-in" for spam/virus filter package processing (by spam/virus filter package
N), with the opt-in value specified by the value of the attribute.
See also the
N MTA options, which serve an analogous purpose for messages coming from a user or group.
These MTA options have no default, though the Schema Reference Manual (back in the days where it was assumed that at most one spam/virus filter package would be used) suggested using an LDAP attribute named
mailAntiUBEService attribute is defined in the schema. If you will be using multiple spam/virus filter packages and wish to have distinct attributes for the different spam/virus filter packages, you may define new attributes modelled on
mailAntiUBEService, perhaps using suggestive attribute names corresponding to their function, e.g.,