>Did you have to do anything different when you configured the AS/400 SMTP or >did the "Standard" configuration work (By "Standard" I mean the method that >is well documented on this web site as well as others)? You shouldn't need to do anything special. I assume by 'standard' you mean by setting up the 'INTERNET GATEWAY' entry in the system directory? If so, it will use DNS to try to resolve a mail server address via the MX record for the domain the AS/400 resides in. So you need to make sure that its IP configuration names its domain, and a valid DNS server for that domain that contains an MX record pointing to a valid SMTP server. Other than that, I can't see why it would care where or what that server is as long as it speaks SMTP and answers on the correct port.
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