On 19-Dec-2013 05:57 -0800, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Maybe you're right...
FWiW [for the archives, per the APARs\links will surely be purged
soon enough] those v5r3 APARs, SE16086 and SE15891 [one a sysroute\copy
of the other], suggest that the directories _under_ the /QTCPTMM are not
saved, *except* its MAIL directory; i.e. not an issue with the Can Be
Saved (*ALWSAV) attribute of that directory itself, but some\most of its
SE15891 - TCPIP-SMTP-MSGCPFA09C CPFA09C WHEN SENDING MAIL AFTER A FULL
SYSTEM SAVE AND RESTORE. DIRECTORIES FOR QTCPTMM ARE MISSING.
SE16086 - TCPIP-SMTP-MSGCPFA09C CPFA09C WHEN SENDING MAIL AFTER A FULL
System SAV/RST does not save QTCPTMM directories, except for MAIL. All
others are suppose to be recreated once touched. This is not happening.
MSF doesn't have authority.
But with regard to the scenario as described by the OP whereby "the
SNDDST command runs with no error but does not send to the email
address", that issue from the APARs seems unlikely to be an origin.
Surely the OP would be happier to have such an obvious failure :-) And
that those directories could be the origin for the issue for the OP is
further diminished in likelihood, by the fact that the side effects from
the unsaved subdirectories were to have been _resolved by_ the PTFs for
those APARs back in v5r3m0. The changes\fixes were to ensure that the
missing directories would be automatically created by POP and SMTP,
rather than only by MSF [server startups presumably], if\when the
missing directories condition was detected, and that the owner and
authorities for those since-created directories would be properly
established, irrespective the user [QMSF or QTCP] established for the
process as provided in changes to the service program QTCP/QTMSUTL.