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2.1.2 Message Processing System

The message processing system consists of anything not directly related to storage, including the processing that happens when a message is in transit to and from storage. For example, when a new message is received, message processing determines whether the message needs to be placed into storage or whether and where it is routed. Similarly, when a new message is submitted for delivery, message processing retrieves the message from storage and determines whether content conversion is required and whether and where it is routed.

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