I was going to suggest the same thing.  End SMTP.  End MSF.
 Start MSF with the *CLEAR option.  Then start SMTP.

SMTP gets "clogged" very easily which is why for myself and
other customers I added the ability to bypass it..  


On Thu, 30 Sep 2004 19:46:11 -0500
 John Ross <jross-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I assume you are sending an email to your cable ISP
> account. I also assume mail1.optonline.net  is not the
> real name or it is in the AS400 host file. And I assume
> all of this worked before. So it sounds like the AS400 is
> just not sending emails. I would STRMSF  to make sure it
> is running. And then NETSTAT option 3 to make sure SMTP
> is listening. I would also look at doing a warm or cold
> restart of SMTP
> John Ross
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