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The SNMP protocol is used to for conveying information and commands between agents and managing entities. SNMP uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) as the transport protocol for passing data between managers and agents. The reasons for using UDP for SNMP are, firstly it has low overheads in comparison to TCP, which uses a 3-way hand shake for connection. Secondly, in congested networks, SNMP over TCP is a bad idea because TCP in order to maintain reliability will flood the network with retransmissions.

Management information (MIB) is represented as a collection of managed objects. These objects together form a virtual information base called MIB. An agent may implement many MIBs, but all agents must implement a particular MIB called MIB-II [16]. This standard defines variables for things such as interface statistics (interface speeds, MTU, octets sent, octets received, etc.) as well as various other things pertaining to the system itself (system location, system contact, etc.). The main goal of MIB-II is to provide general TCP/IP management information.

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Vendor: Lotus Development Corp
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MESSAGE-TRACKING-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

   IMPORTS
       OBJECT-TYPE, enterprises, Counter, Gauge,TimeTicks
	FROM RFC1155-SMI
       DisplayString
	FROM RFC1213-MIB;


-- OBJECT IDENTIFIERS
   lotus        	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { enterprises 334 }
   notes       	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { lotus 1 }
   lcs         	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { lotus 2 }
   softswitch	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { lotus 3 }
   common-mibs	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { softswitch 1 }
   lms		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { softswitch 2 }

   -- comment this out if using the MODULE-IDENTITY macro
   msgTrack OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { common-mibs 2 }     

   TimeInterval ::= INTEGER (0..2147483647)

-- Need to define a V1 equivalent of the DateAndTime textual conversion
-- found in SNMP V2
   DateAndTime ::= DisplayString

-- Define the NameForm textual convention for originator and recipient
-- names in this MIB
NameForm ::= INTEGER {
			freeForm(1),
			x400(2),
			smtp(3),
			snads(4),
			profs(5),
			foreign(6),
			notes(7),
			ccmail(8)
	}

-- Define the DispositionStatus textual convention which indicates the
-- disposition of a message by the MTA for a particular recipient. Values
-- are:
--	unknown		- The disposition of the message could not be determined
--	transferred	- The message was forwarded to another MTA for
--			  delivery without name or content transformation.
--	delivered	- The message was delivered to the intended 
--			  recipient.
--	non-delivered	- The message could not be delivered to the
--			  intended recipient.
--	redirected	- The message was forwarded to another MTA for
--			  delivery.  The recipient name and/or messageId
--			  may have changed as a result of this process.
--	dlist-expanded	- The intended recipient was a distribution list
--			  which was expanded by the MTA.
--	in-queue	- The message for this recipient is currently being
--			  processed by the MTA.
DispositionStatus ::= INTEGER {
			unknown(1),
			transferred(2),
			delivered(3),
			non-delivered(4),
			redirected(5),
			dlist-expanded(6),
			in-queue(7)
			}

-- Define the MsgType textual convention. Values are:
--
--	data	
--	status
--	probe
--	all
MsgType ::= INTEGER {
		data(1),
		status(2),
		probe(3)
		}

-- MODULE IDENTIFICATION   use in V2 version only


--msgTrack MODULE-IDENTITY
--       LAST-UPDATED "9511280000Z"
--       ORGANIZATION "Lotus Development Corporation"
--       CONTACT-INFO
--         " Bruce Ernst
--            Postal: 	Lotus Development Corporation
--                 	 640 Lee Road , Suite 200
--	   	Chesterbrook Corporate Center
--                  	Wayne, PA  19087
--                  	US
--
--            Tel: +1 610 251 3404
--            Fax: +1 610 251 3550
--            E-Mail: bge@softsw.ssw.com"
--       DESCRIPTION
--         "The MIB module describing Lotus/SoftSwitch message tracking
--	  Version 1.0 - first cut - outline only. 8/30/95
--	  Version 1.1 - initial experimental version. 9/10/95
--	  Version 1.2 - corrected variables, added descriptive comments. 9/11/95
--	 "
--       ::= { common-mibs 2 }




-- NOTE TO IMPLEMENTORS:
--  This MIB is intended to be comparable to, but not compliant with the 
--  Message Tracking MIB defined by the Electronic Messaging Association
--  It also borrows from the IETF MADMAN efforts



-- How this mib works :
-- Most message tracking MIBs operate on the presupposition that the manager
-- entering a query knows the unique message ID for the message being tracked.
-- In practice, this is often not the case.  This MIB allows for a 2-step
-- query process - find the appropriate message, then track it.

--     +==============+
--     | Manager      | = 1 => +=====================================+
--     +==============+ = 6 => | msgTrackRequestTable                |
--           ^                 +=====================================+
--           |                           |
--           |                           2    +=========+
--           |                           + => | Agent   |
--           |                                +=========+
--           5                                      |      +======================+
--           |                                      + 3 => | Message Store        |
--           |                             += 4 ========== +======================+
--           |                             |
--           |                             v
--           |                +========================================+
--           ===============> | msgTrackResponseTable                  |
--                            +========================================+
--
--  STEP 1:
--	Using the index obtained from 'msgTrackNextRequestIndex', a manager
--	creates a conceptual row in the 'msgTrackRequestTable', filling in
--	as many message attributes as are known.  The manager also specifies
--	in 'reqMaxResponses', the maximim number of possible 'hits' for an
--	underspecified query.
--  STEP 2:
--	When the agent detects a new conceptual row in 'msgTrackRequestTable',
--	it forms a query to be executed against the message store(s).
--  STEP 3:
--	The agent issues the query against the message store and receives some
--	response(s). 
--  STEP 4:
--	The agent then transfers up to 'reqMaxResponses' possible responses
--	to newly created conceptual rows in the 'msgTrackResponseTable'. The agent
--	then sets the value of 'reqResponseStatus' in the 'msgTrackRequestTable'
--	to notify the manager of the results of the query.
--  STEP 5:
--	The manager, having detected a change in 'reqResponseStatus', knows that
--	the query is complete.  It reads the potential responses from the 
--	'msgTrackResponseTable' and presents them to the end-user.
--  STEP 6:  
--	The manager then instructs the agent to destroy the conceptual row  
--	created in the 'msgTrackRequestTable', which causes the agent to 
--	destroy the corresponding entries in the 'msgTrackResponseTable'.
--  STEP 7:  (optional, not illustrated)
--	If the original query did not produce an adequate response, a new entry
--	is created in the 'msgTrackRequestTable'.  Entries in this table are
--	never reused!
--
--

-- MESSAGE TRACKING REQUEST TABLE:

msgTrackNextRequestIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      Counter
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The index that may be used by a manager (requestor) on a 'set-request' PDU
	   to create a new conceptual row in themsgTrackRequestTable table (and thereby
	   issue a message tracking query)."
	::= { msgTrack 1 }

msgTrackRequestTable OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     SEQUENCE OF MsgTrackRequestEntry
	ACCESS    not-accessible
	STATUS     mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The table holding all active message tracking requests."
	::= { msgTrack 2 }

msgTrackRequestEntry OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      MsgTrackRequestEntry
	ACCESS     not-accessible
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The entry associated with each request for message information."
	INDEX { reqEntryIndex }
	::= { msgTrackRequestTable 1 }

MsgTrackRequestEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
	reqEntryIndex
	    INTEGER,
	reqRowStatus
	    INTEGER,
	reqResponseStatus
	    INTEGER,
	reqMaxResponses
	    INTEGER,
	reqApplIndex
	    INTEGER,
	reqUniqueMsgId
	    DisplayString,
	reqInboundMsgId
	    DisplayString,
	reqOutboundMsgId
	    DisplayString,
	reqInboundOriginator
	    DisplayString,
	reqOutboundOriginator
	    DisplayString,
	reqOriginatorNameForm
	    NameForm,
	reqInboundRecipient
	    DisplayString,
	reqOutboundRecipient
	    DisplayString,
	reqRecipientNameForm
	    NameForm,
	reqSubject
	    DisplayString,
	reqMinMsgSize
	    INTEGER,
	reqMaxMsgSize
	    INTEGER,
	reqEarliestArrivalTime
	    DateAndTime,
	reqLatestArrivalTime
	    DateAndTime,
	reqDispositionStatus
	    DispositionStatus,
	reqFailureReason
	    DisplayString,
	reqMsgType
	    MsgType,
	reqCollapseRecipients
	    INTEGER
}

reqEntryIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     INTEGER
	ACCESS    read-only
	STATUS     mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The integer index into the msgTrackRequestTable table."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 1 }

reqRowStatus  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     INTEGER {
			active(1),
			notInService(2),
			notReady(3),
			createAndGo(4),
			createAndWait(5),
			destroy(6)
		    	 }
	ACCESS    read-write
	STATUS     mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The status of the conceptual row. These are mapped to the same values as the
	    RowStatus textual conversion in SNMPv2 and carry the same semantics with one exception.
	    the exception is that when a manager (requestor) sets the value to destroy(6), this also has the
	    added semantics of deleting all conceptual rows in the msgTrackResponseTable table whose 
	    respEntryIndex matches the reqEntryIndex of this conceptual row."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 2 }

reqResponseStatus  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX 	     INTEGER {
			unknown(1),
			inProgress(2),
			failedNoMatches(3),
			failedInvalidQuery(4),
			failedError(5),
			successUnderqualified(6),
			success(7)
			      }
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Indicates the status of this query and its responses in themsgTrackResponseTable. Values
	   are:
		unknown   	      -  The status of this query is not known.
		inProgress	      -  The agent(responder) is still processing the request.
		failedNoMatches    -  The query has been processed and has produced no matches.
		failedInvalidQuery  -  The query could not be processed  due to invalid or missing
				         data in the original query.
		FailedError	      -  The query could not be processed due to an error in the
				         agent(responder).
		successUnderqualified  -  The query was successfully processed, but the query was
				          found to be underqualified.  That is, more reponses were
				          found than were specified in reqMaxResponses. 
				          reqMaxResponses entries were returned in the msgTrackResponseTable.
		success	     -   The query succeeded, returning from 1 to reqMaxResponses
				          entries in the msgTrackResponseTable."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 3 }

reqMaxResponses  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX 	     INTEGER (1..100)
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies the largest number of responses to be returned in the msgTrackResponseTable on 
	   an underspecified query (i.e. the maximum value of respMsgIndex in the msgTrackResponseTable
	   conceptual row whose  respEntryIndex matches the reqEntryIndex of this conceptual row)."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 4 }

reqApplIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies an optional value for an index into the RFC-1565 (MADMAN) applTable.  This 
	   may be used to limit a query to a specific application (MTA). Set to 0 if a value is
	   not known or if this variable is not relevant to the query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 5 }

reqUniqueMsgId  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies a unique message id used internally by the MTA for identification of a 
	   message.  This form of the message id may or may not be identical to the inbound
	   and/or outbound forms of the message id.  If specified, this may be the only search
	   criteria required. Set to an empty (zero length) string if unknown or irrelevant
	   to query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 6 }

reqInboundMsgId  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies a unique message id as received by the MTA for identification of a 
	   message.  This form of the message id may or may not be identical to the internal
	   and/or outbound forms of the message id.  If specified, this may be the only search
	   criteria required. Set to an empty (zero length) string if unknown or irrelevant
	   to query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 7 }

reqOutboundMsgId  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies a unique message id as transmitted by the MTA for identification of a 
	   message.  This form of the message id may or may not be identical to the internal
	   and/or inbound forms of the message id.  If specified, this may be the only search
	   criteria required. Set to an empty (zero length) string if unknown or irrelevant
	   to query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 8 }

reqInboundOriginator  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Identifies the originator of the message in its received form, expressed in string
	   format.  The style and format of this identifier varies according to a specific 
	   messaging technology. As a result of potentially disparate messaging technologies,
	   this identifier is only guaranteed to be the name known to the end-user on the first
	   MTA in the delivery sequence. Set to an empty (zero length) string if unknown or
	   irrelevant to query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 9 }

reqOutboundOriginator  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Identifies the originator of the message in its transmitted form, expressed in string
	   format.  The style and format of this identifier varies according to a specific 
	   messaging technology. As a result of potentially disparate messaging technologies,
	   this identifier is only guaranteed to be the name known to the end-user on the last
	   MTA in the delivery sequence. Set to an empty (zero length) string if unknown or
	   irrelevant to query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 10 }

reqOriginatorNameForm  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      NameForm
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Identifies the name form of originator strings supplied in the reqInboundOriginator
	   and/or reqOutboundOriginator values.  This value may be used by the agent to perform
	   name form dependant parsing of these values.  If neither of these strings are supplied,
	   this name form value is irrelevant to the query.  A value of zero (0) implies that
	   no special parsing should be performed on the originator names supplied."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 11 }

reqInboundRecipient  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Identifies one of the recipients (the one to be tracked) of the message in its received
	   form, expressed in string format.  The style and format of this identifier varies
	   according to a specific messaging technology.  As a result of potentially disparate
	   messaging technologies, this identifier is only guaranteed to be the name an end-user
	   knows the recipient by on the first MTA in the delivery sequence. Set to an empty (zero
	   length) string if unknown or irrelevant to query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 12 }

reqOutboundRecipient  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Identifies one of the recipients (the one to be tracked) of the message in its transmitted
	   form, expressed in string format.  The style and format of this identifier varies
	   according to a specific messaging technology.  As a result of potentially disparate
	   messaging technologies, this identifier is only guaranteed to be the name an end-user
	   knows the recipient by on the last MTA in the delivery sequence. Set to an empty (zero
	   length) string if unknown or irrelevant to query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 13 }

reqRecipientNameForm  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      NameForm
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Identifies the name form of recipient strings supplied in the reqInboundRecipient
	   and/or reqOutboundRecipient values.  This value may be used by the agent to perform
	   name form dependant parsing of these values.  If neither of these strings are supplied,
	   this name form value is irrelevant to the query.  A value of zero (0) implies that
	   no special parsing should be performed on the recipient names supplied."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 14 }

reqSubject  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Identifies a subset of the text of the 'Subject' attribute of the message.  Since some
	   messaging technologies make it difficult for an MTA to preserve this data, it may not
	   be supported by all agents. Set to an empty (zero length) string if unknown or 
	   irrelevant to query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 15 }

reqMinMsgSize  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies the minimum size of a message to be tracked (content, excluding
	   envelope), expressed in kilo-octets. Set both reqMinMsgSize and reqMaxMsgSize
	   to zero if message size is irrelevant to the query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 16 }

reqMaxMsgSize  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies the maximum size of a message to be tracked (content, excluding
	  envelope), expressed in kilo-octets. Set both reqMinMsgSize and reqMaxMsgSize
	  to zero if message size is irrelevant to the query."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 17 }

reqEarliestArrivalTime  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DateAndTime
	ACCESS      read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies the earliest arrival time, at this MTA, for a message to be
	   tracked."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 18 }

reqLatestArrivalTime  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DateAndTime
	ACCESS      read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies the latest arrival time, at this MTA, for a message to be
	   tracked."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 19 }


reqDispositionStatus  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     DispositionStatus
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS     mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies the disposition status of the message for a particular
	   recipient"
	::= {msgTrackRequestEntry 20 }

reqFailureReason OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "A textual description of why a message tracking request failed."
	::= {msgTrackRequestEntry 21 }

reqMsgType OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	   MsgType
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The type of message to be tracked."
	::= {msgTrackRequestEntry 22 }

reqCollapseRecipients  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX 	     INTEGER {
                        false(1),
                        true(2)
                        }
	ACCESS     read-write
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Specifies whether to return only a single recipient for a given message.
	   This can be used to retrieve only a single entry for a given message."
	::= { msgTrackRequestEntry 23 }

-- MESSAGE RESPONSE TABLE ( QUERY RESULTS )

msgTrackResponseTable OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     SEQUENCE OF MsgTrackResponseEntry
	ACCESS    not-accessible
	STATUS     mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The table holding the response to all active message tracking requests."
	::= { msgTrack 3 }

msgTrackResponseEntry OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      MsgTrackResponseEntry
	ACCESS     not-accessible
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The entry associated with each response to a request for message information."
	INDEX { respEntryIndex, respMsgIndex }
	::= { msgTrackResponseTable 1 }

MsgTrackResponseEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
	respEntryIndex
	    INTEGER,
	respMsgIndex
	    INTEGER,
	respDispositionStatus
	    DispositionStatus,
	respDispositionTime
	    INTEGER,
	respNextHopMta
	    DisplayString,
	respPrevHopMta
	    DisplayString,
	respNonDeliveryReason
	    DisplayString,
	respMsgArrivalTime
	   DateAndTime,
	respMsgSize
	    INTEGER,
	respMsgPriority
	    DisplayString,
	respUniqueMsgId
	    DisplayString,
	respInboundMsgId
	    DisplayString,
	respOutboundMsgId
	    DisplayString,
	respInboundOriginator
	    DisplayString,
	respOutboundOriginator
	    DisplayString,
	respInboundRecipient
	    DisplayString,
	respOutboundRecipient
	    DisplayString,
	respSupplementalInformation
	    DisplayString,
	respSubject
	    DisplayString,
	respMsgType
	    MsgType
}

respEntryIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX     INTEGER
	ACCESS    read-only
	STATUS     mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The primary integer index into the msgTrackResponseTable table. It matches the value of
	   reqEntryIndex for the original request. "
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 1 }

respMsgIndex OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The secondary integer index into the msgTrackResponseTable table. For each value of 
	   respEntryIndex in the table, there may be multiple conceptual rows indexed by 
	   respMsgIndex, each denoting a possible response to the tracking query.  The maximum
	   number of entries should have an upper bound of the value of reqMaxResponses in the
	   conceptual row of msgTrackRequestTable that represents the original query request. "
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 2 }

respDispositionStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DispositionStatus
	ACCESS      read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Indicates the disposition of this message by this MTA for this recipient."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 3 }

respDispositionTime OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DateAndTime
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Time at which this MTA disposed of this message for this recipient."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 4 }

respNextHopMta OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Name of the MTA to which this message was sent. MADMAN-compliant MTA's
	   should be addressed in the form '(<host-id>::<mtaName>)'."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 5 }

respPrevHopMta OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Name of the MTA from which this message was received. MADMAN-compliant MTA's
	   should be addressed in the form '(<host-id>::<mtaName>)'."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 6 }

respNonDeliveryReason OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "A textual representation representing the reason for non-delivery to
	   this recipient.  No attempt is made to normalize these non-delivered
	   reasons across systems, since this indicates a terminal condition."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 7 }

respMsgArrivalTime OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DateAndTime
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Represents the tima at which this message for this recipient arrived at
	   this MTA."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 8 }

respMsgSize OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Size of the message in kilo-octets."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 9 }

respMsgPriority OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Textual representation of the priority of the message.  No attempt is
	   made to normalize these values across disparate messaging technologies."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 10 }

respUniqueMsgId OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The unique message identifier that the MTA assigned internally
	   to the message."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 11 }

respInboundMsgId OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The unique message identifier that the 'previous hop' MTA assigned
	   to the message.  If the 'previous' MTA uses a different messaging technology
	   or identifier scheme, this identifier serves to correlate the message from
	   MTA to MTA. If the 'previous' MTA uses the same technology, this value
	   is generally superfluous.  If this is the first MTA in the delivery sequence,
	   or if the previous message id is unknown, this variable is null-valued."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 12 }

respOutboundMsgId OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The unique message identifier that the 'next hop' MTA assigned
	   to the message.  If the 'next' MTA uses a different messaging technology
	   or identifier scheme, this identifier serves to correlate the message from
	   MTA to MTA. If the 'next' MTA uses the same technology, this value
	   is generally superfluous.  If this is the last MTA in the delivery sequence,
	   or if the next hop message id is unknown, this variable is null-valued."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 13 }

respInboundOriginator OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Textual representation identifying the originator of the message as it was
	   received from the 'previous hop' MTA. The style of this variable varies
	   according to a specific messaging technology."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 14 }

respOutboundOriginator OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Textual representation identifying the originator of the message as it 
	   was (or will be) presented to the 'next hop' MTA. The style of this
	   variable varies according to a specific messaging technology."	   
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 15 }

respInboundRecipient OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Textual representation identifying the recipient of the message as it was
	   received from the 'previous hop' MTA. The style of this variable varies
	   according to a specific messaging technology.."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 16 }

respOutboundRecipient OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Textual representation identifying the recipient of the message as it 
	   was (or will be) presented to the 'next hop' MTA. The style of this
	   variable varies according to a specific messaging technology."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 17 }

respSupplementalInformation OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "Contains information provided by the agent to the manager that may be
	   of use in identifying or tracking this message. No formal structure for
	   this information is specified.  Knowledge of the contents of this field
	   is by bilateral agreement."
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 18 }

respSubject OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The full text of the subject of the tracked message"
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 19 }

respMsgType OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      MsgType
	ACCESS     read-only
	STATUS      mandatory
	DESCRIPTION
	  "The type of the tracked message"
	::= { msgTrackResponseEntry 20 }

-- CONFORMANCE INFORMATION
	-- Used ONLY in V2 MIBs
-- COMPLIANCE STATEMENTS
	-- Used ONLY in V2 MIBs
-- UNITS OF CONFORMANCE
	-- Used ONLY in V2 MIBs


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