Hi Paul,


Thank you for your response.  However, what is still not clear to us (as
also described in our earlier query) is that while normally only one SMS
is generated corresponding to the retrieval report, in the case of MMS
exchanged between users in different domains, two SMSs are instead being
generated corresponding to a single retrieval report.


We appreciate your feedback also on this aspect.


Thank you.


Best Regards,



Deborah and Andrew



From: bagye...@infocom.co.ug [mailto:bagye...@infocom.co.ug] On Behalf
Of Paul Bagyenda
Sent: 21 July 2011 11:58
To: Deborah Pisani
Cc: users@mbuni.org
Subject: Re: [Users] Retrieval Report for MMS sent over MM4


The report might be different for all kinds of reasons. The report
contains information about the recipient, the message ID, etc. If any of
those fields changes, then the report will be different. What matters is
that the sender is able to match the report to what was sent.

On Jul 21, 2011, at 04:47, Deborah Pisani wrote:

Dear all,


We are currently testing MM4 between two Mbuni MMSCs by sending MMS from
the originator in one domain to the recipient in another domain.


We are using the fakesmsc simulator and are observing the following
trace corresponding to the Push Notification from the terminating Mbuni
MMSC towards the recipient:


2011-07-18 16:03:35 [3243] [0] DEBUG: Got message 27: <654321
+35699123456 udh %06%05%04%0B%84%23%F0


After the recipient retrieves the MMS, the following SMS traces
corresponding to the retrieval report are generated from the originating
Mbuni MMSC towards the MMS originator:


2011-07-18 16:05:38 [3412] [0] DEBUG: Got message 111: <54321
+35679637963 udh %0B%05%04%0B%84%23%F0%00%03%3E%02%01

2011-07-18 16:05:38 [3412] [0] DEBUG: Got message 112: <54321
+35679637963 udh %0B%05%04%0B%84%23%F0%00%03%3E%02%02


We noted that this retrieval report is different when compared to the
retrieval report generated when the MMS originator and recipient belong
to the same domain.  In the latter case, the retrieval report consists
of a single rather than two SMS and the content is also different.
Kindly let us know whether:

(a)    The retrieval report is expected to be different when an MMS is
exchanged between two domains 

(b)   We are interpreting the SMS traces correctly in saying that they
correspond to the retrieval report as otherwise the traces would
indicate that the originating Mbuni MMSC is not generating a retrieval


Best Regards,



Deborah and Andrew


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