If you examine the mail header (view source or whatever other option your mail client has to see all the headers) you might be able to track backwards using the "Received: by" headers to see where it got held up.

On 10/15/2012 2:14 PM, Bradley Stone wrote:
What are you using to send the email (ie MAILTOOL, MMAIL, SNDDST, etc)?

Are you using a mail router? If so, have you checked with the admin
of that to see if your email is getting there and where the delay is
actually happening?

If you're using the IBM SMTP server to deliver the mail, although your
command executes (which calls the send email api) that doesn't mean
it's passed off to the server at that time. So it would be nice to
find out where the delay is happening.


On Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 10:03 AM, John Mathew <johnmathew400@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

We have a job that sends daily reports to the dev team through Email ,
The problem here is reports are delayed by 2 to 3 hours generally it shouldnt take much

I checked the jobs in AS/400 they have executed properly I was just wondering why the reports excel/Pdf are not reaching on time.
what could be the reason?

Any help greatly appreciated...

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