I'm trying to figure out why sending an email on one IBM i server is
performed so much faster than the same task on a different server, even
though the first server is a much slower box. We have a model 520 that
sends emails pretty quick (using Scott Klement's SMTPSendMail replacement
for the QtmmSendMail API), while our E4B is a REAL SNAIL (using the same
programs). It can takes minutes for each email sent on the E4B, while a
matter of moments on the 520.
I'm fairly ignorant on SMTP config and have done my best to compare apples
to apples between systems, but can't see any differences.