They should have uncoupled from MSF years ago and did a complete rewrite.
I'm glad they didn't as it seems they are taking all the good
ideas/products from ISVs and incorporating it into their OS. (why not
teamwith them/recommend their solutions instead?)
But with a couple 3rd party vendors with more configurable and functional
options (including our MAILTOOL software) I still wonder why some cling to
SNDDST, this new command, and IBM's MSF system. :) Of course I am biased,
but for good reason...
On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 1:10 PM, Bryan Dietz <bdietz400@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I put in a PMR(actually a few) when this command was released.
Make sure you get the latest PTFs for your version.
I exchanged emails with support about adding the send from address.
was told it was not designed for that.
I believe I submitted a DCR for that change and to "uncouple" the
command from MSF
rob@xxxxxxxxx said the following on Wed, 7/24/2013 10:24 AM:
I've not used this yet but I thought it was worth passing along.http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas1f526de119a8c5bfa8625799d0055ad4f
If you are running IBM i 6.1 or 7.1 all you have to do to get started iscorporate
apply the PTF for the appropriate release mentioned in the link.
I like being able to specify the sending address. This new command does
not allow that.
I also like not having to have people in WRKDIRE when we have their email
address stored elsewhere. (It's an automated interface with our
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