An OriginalAddress cannot be longer than 256 characters. If a longer address is collected, it will be truncated. The
surplus string is replaced with “<truncated>”. In case it is truncated, the resulting length of the OriginalAddress string is 256 characters.
There’re 2 scenarios.
Scenario 1: The UserName part (the part before “@”) is truncated in case the domain part (@ included) is shorter than 245 characters.
For example:
usernameisverylongbutdomainisnotlongerthan245characters…thatneedstobe<truncated>@domainshorterthan245characters.com
This whole string is 256 characters long.
These users can be added as JournalTransformation Leavers, but will be marked as Invalid Address, because “<” and “>” are not valid characters.
Scenario 2: Domain (the part after “@”) is truncated in case the domain part is longer than 245 characters, @ included.
For example:
username@extremelylongdomainlongerthan245characters…thatneedstobe<truncated>
This whole string is 256 characters long.
These users can be added as JournalTransformation Leavers, and they can be merged and enabled for import.
The reason why the number 245 is crucial is because “<truncated>” is 11 characters long, and: 245 + 11 = 256
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