We use the InfoprintServer and a mapping program for converting a
spooled file to pdf and sending it attached to a mail. We use CGIDEV2 to
generate the mail-body as a HTML-file, if this is necessary, for example
to integrate logos etc.
If we don't need to convert a spooled file, we use sndsmtpemm. With this
command we can't supply the sender, the sender is the user profile, that
runs the command. We circumvent this be using profile swapping.
Am 08.01.2014 03:14, schrieb Steinmetz, Paul:
We use SNDDST *LMSG
The text specified on the Long Message prompt (LONGMSG parameter) is sent as an final-form text document (FFTDCA) note. LONGMSG allows up to 5000 characters, which is about one page of text. The "details" parameters (Subject, Reference, Author, Due Date, etc.) are supported with TYPE(*LMSG). The TOINTNET parameter is also supported with TYPE(*LMSG).
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Sarah Kemp
Sent: Tuesday, January 07, 2014 6:38 PM
Subject: SMTP Options on iSeries 6.1
I am trying to get our iSeries 6.1 machine to send email through our Exchange server. I can do it with SNDDST and with SNDSMTPEMM, but both are very limiting. I need support for basic HTML, and for PDF attachments. I thought I could get them both from SNDSMTPEMM, but now I see that the body parameter for SNDSMTPEMM (NOTE) is limited to 400 characters.
I have read about MMAIL and MAILTOOL and I am curious if anyone can tell me if I would run into problems with either given the requirements outlined? As I mentioned, I am able to use SNDDST and SNDSMTPEMM so I don't think SMTP ore relay configuration on our system will be a hurdle.
Thoughts, suggestions, experience are all welcome.
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