Ldap_spare_N MTA options
Direct LDAP attribute name MTA options:
N (LDAP attribute name)
=1,...,18, MTA options may be used to name LDAP attributes intended for site-customizable purposes, to be made known to the MTA (and hence be more easily accessible in MTA LDAP URLs and certain MTA mapping tables, etc.).
ldap_spare_6 was new in Messaging Server 7.0-3.01;
N=7,...,18 were new in Messaging Server 7.2-7.02.
N option has been set to the name of an LDAP attribute, then the value of the named attribute may be substituted in MTA LDAP URLs via the
E substitution sequence.
=1,...,6, the value of the named attribute may optionally (see the
include_spares1 MTA option) be included in various recipient access mapping table probes and
FROM_ACCESS mapping table probes. And as of 8.0, such named LDAP attribute values may also be included (see the
include_spares2 MTA option) in
FORWARD mapping table probes.
ldap_spare_6 will be included in
SIEVE_EXTLISTS mapping table probes. And as of MS 6.3, the MTA supports the use of multiple, language-tagged values for these (
ldap_spare_6) attributes. When multiple, language-tagged values are present, the MTA will preferentially use the value tagged as being in the language preference expressed in a header line such as Accept-Language:, or in the absence of such header lines will use the value tagged as being in the language of the envelope From user's
preferredLanguage) attribute's value.
See the respective
_separator MTA options for configuration of whether a
N LDAP attribute is allowed to have multiple values and if so, how to handle the multiple values.
- include_spares1 MTA Option
- Intended side effects of LDAP address reversal
- spare_1_separator MTA Option
- Recipient access mapping tables
- FROM_ACCESS mapping table
- FORWARD mapping table
- Sieve external lists
- URL and address substitution sequences
- ldap_preferred_language MTA Option
- Alias file named parameters
- alias_spare1 Option
- spare1 Option
- Direct LDAP attribute name MTA options