These #defines are used to indicate where a recipient object is to be placed or found. It is possible to combine the envelope item with a recipient type so that only one recipient object is required.
Note: the message or probe envelope originator is set as part of the message object attributes, rather than as recipient objects.
|#define X400_RECIP_PRIMARY 0x10001
|#define X400_RECIP_CC 0x10002
|#define X400_RECIP_BCC 0x10003
|#define X400_ORIGINATOR 0x10004
|#define X400_AUTH_ORIG 0x10005
|#define X400_RECIP_REPLY 0x10006
|#define X400_RECIP_REPORT 0x10008
|#define X400_RECIP_INTENDED 0x10009
IPM Intended Recipient in IPN
Definition at line 317 of file x400_att.h.
|#define X400_REPORTING_DL_NAME 0x1000A
|#define X400_DL_EXEMPTED_RECIP 0x1000B
X.400 DL Exempted recipients Note: While you can specify DL Exempted Recipients within the X.400 API, and create a message with a suitable DL exempted recipients extension. Isode's MTA will ignore any exempted recipients, when expanding a distribution list. Isode's MTA will be updated at a future point to correct this behaviour
- examples/x400_mtrcv.c, and examples/x400_mtsend.c.
Definition at line 323 of file x400_att.h.
|#define X400_EXEMPTED_ADDRESS 0x10010
|#define X400_RECIP_ENVELOPE 0x20000
|#define X400_RECIP_INVALID 0x30000
A recipient which has been identified as invalid during submission
Definition at line 338 of file x400_att.h.