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Why do I see multiple MIDs associated with a given DCID on ESA?
It is normal to deliver multiple messages on a given DCID. The ESA will gather messages for a destination domain into a sort of delivery-queue for that domain. When a connection is made to one of the servers for that domain, the ESA will deliver up to 50 messages from that delivery-queue on the DCID.