Aha! You've ran into a common problem with /tmp.
Do the following
WRKLNK '/tmp'
8=Display attributes
Page down twice
Restricted rename and unlink . . . . . : Yes
If you see this then

This causes all sorts of issues. Apparently this is a common behavior
with /tmp directories in linux or Aix and IBM added this property some
releases ago. You should quickly change it. What happens is
ROB creates a file (ie MYATTACHMENT) in some subdirectory off of /tmp. Now
IBM's smtp client takes that attachment and tries to send it off in an
email. This runs as some other user, like QTCP. Even if you give QTCP
*allobj and everything else it cannot delete MYATTACHMENT when done
because of this *RSTDRNMUNL property.

See if this fixes it.

Read the help on CHGATR for more information.

Think of it as the world's crappiest attempt to emulate QTEMP in the IFS.

Rob Berendt

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