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Re: Email (report) output options



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> Howdy,
>
>   Newbie to the list, and recent iSeries convert wondering about email
> output options available (w/out additional third party apps if
possible):
>
> In particular, re: a V5R1 system:
>
> - Is it possible to create a "printer" which redirects all its output
to an
> external email address (i.e. an SMTP mailbox on another system) and
if so,
> could I set a user profile so that their default printer was this
device, so
> their reports (by default) would get emailed to them?
> - I assume if the above IS possible, it'd be somewhat ugly in that
you'd
> likely need one device per external (email) address... Still, I've
done this
> on other systems and it was handy (at least for operators and power
users)
> - Are there freeware tools/CL scripts to scan the output queue and
route all
> queued reports for a(all) user(s) to their respective (external) email
> address?
> - Can a "foreign" email address be associated with a local user
profile? Or
> would this need to be stored elsewhere?
>
> If I'm outta luck without 3rd party apps, are there recommendations
for a
> package that can handle the above?
>
> Any better online references to email options? The redbook article I
read
> was circa 1998 (AS400 Electronic-Mail Capabilities) and seems a bit
dated.
>
> TIA,
>   Chris
>
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