23.6.9. Mail Table Description

- - Message queue
create table MAIL_MESSAGE_QUEUE (
    MQ_ID		varchar,    - - FK MAIL_MESSAGE (MM_ID)
    MQ_RECIEVER		varchar,    - - foreign mail exchanger
    primary key (MQ_ID))


-- Mail Table
create table DB.DBA.MAIL_MESSAGE (
    MM_ID		integer,    	-- Unique id of message (per user)
    MM_OWN	varchar (128), 	-- Local WebDAV account (recipient, mail box owner) name,
					FK references WS.WS.SYS_DAV_USER (U_NAME)
    MM_FLD	varchar (128), -- Message Folder (initial 'Inbox')
    MM_FROM	varchar (512),   	-- From: RFC822 header field
    MM_TO		varchar (512),   	-- To: RFC822 header field
    MM_CC		varchar (512),    	-- Cc: RFC822 header field
    MM_BCC	varchar (512),	-- Bcc: RFC822 header field
    MM_SUBJ	varchar (512),	-- Subject of the message
    MM_REC_DATE	varchar (50),	-- Date of arrival
    MM_SND_TIME	varchar (50),	-- Date of posting
    MM_IS_READED	integer,		-- Read flag (0/1 not read, 1 - read)
    MM_BODY	long varchar, 	-- Message content (including message header)
    primary key (MM_OWN, MM_FLD, MM_ID)
[Note] Note:

MM_FROM, MM_TO, MM_CC, MM_BCC, MM_SUBJ, MM_SND_TIME exists only if there exists corresponding RFC822 headers in mail message

-- Temporary message MIME parts table (for message composition)
create table DB.DBA.MAIL_PARTS (
    MP_ID 	integer,		-- Unique id per user (order of parts)
    MP_PART 	long varbinary,	-- Message MIME part body
    MP_ATTRS 	long varbinary,	-- Message MIME part attributes
    MP_OWN 	varchar (128),	-- WebDAV user name - FK REFERENCES WS.WS.SYS_DAV_USER (U_NAME)
    primary key (MP_OWN, MP_ID)

- - Local mail users
(this table will be needed only in case of different DB, DAV and MAIL users)
create table MAIL_USERS (
    MU_NAME	varchar,
    MU_PWD	varchar,
    primary key (MU_NAME))

- - Allowed relay domains
(only in case of allowed relaying)
create table MAIL_RELAY (
    MR_ALLOWED 	varchar;
    primary key (MR_ALLOWED))