I use Thunderbird as well (on Linux), and when composing, "From" has a
drop down box basically, letting me select which account I want to send
from. Of course, both accounts are also setup in Thunderbird.
Hope this helps,
Sonic.net/ Sonic Telecom
On 08/14/2013 10:14 AM, Paul Therrien wrote:
First, I apologize, I have sent a number of messages back to the list
regarding my issues with SQLPKGs. The messages have been rejected by
midrange.com - primarily because they were sent through my google
account instead of my usual mail account.
My question is for those who use Thunderbird.
Why am I able to submit my original message via Thunderbird as
paultherrien@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, but when replying to postings on
midrange.com via Thunderbird thunderbird is using my google account?
Obviously it is a configuration issue, but annoying.
So to Vern...
Thanks for the info. I am getting that same idea - that I need to
create the SQLPKG on the remote system from the client that will
I know I read somewhere that the signature of the SQLPKG contains
information from the database where the SQL originated, but I cannot
find that info today.
I've been going through the database documentation in the info center
and not finding specific info.
and to Jack Kingsley:
I am using SQL Connect statement to connect to remote server.
And to everyone in general...
I went into the target system using System i Navigator to look at the
SQLPKG and noticed that the SQL packages do show you a column called
'Program Location' which does show you the name of the system where the
SQLPKG creation originated from.
So I am guessing that the source system for the SQLPKG is integral in
identifying the SQLPKG at execution time.
I asked an associate of mine about this situation and he suggested a
separate library for each client machine on the target machine for the
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