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  • Subject: Re: SNDDST - Question
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 15:34:19 -0500

The things I've heard at COMMON indicate that you pick one or the other.  As 
I've said earlier, if you pick *DOMINO then I believe that the API would fail 
along with  SNDDST.






Arlene_M_Soderlund#s#NFCNA.COM@nfcna.com on 04/19/2000 03:29:24 PM
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No, configuration is not my question, but using *MSF  (Native AS/400 SMTP)
verses   using  *Domino (Domino SMTP).  I know SNDDST will not work with
*DOMINO,  so then will  the QtmmSendMail API  ?   What about  using SMBDOMCMD,
when I have the server up & Running??

At the moment I am using SNDDDT to send QSYSOPR messages to another PC on our
Network,   that machine can send a page to a phone number.



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