Subscribe/unsubscribe is operated to $primary_*_map.
For example, subscription of remote administrators is operated into both $primary_admin_member_map and $primary_admin_recipient_map. Unsubscription of remote administrators is operated into both $primary_admin_member_map and $primary_admin_recipient_map.
Why use primary_*_map ? If we use admin_member_maps and admin_recipient_maps, it causes a problem.
Subscription should be operated into one map. So we should operate it into primary_*_map.
Unsubscription must be same since xxx_maps is composed of different privileged maps.
For example, $member_maps is as follows. It contais a list of member and a list of remote administrators.
member_maps = $primary_member_map $admin_member_mapsSo unsubscription operated for $member_maps may cause unsubscription of remote administrators. It is wrong logic.
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