Notes does not do FTP in NT, AS/400, Linux, etc
You will need some other FTP daemon to do the job.
Your stated solution seems very reasonable to me.

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My problem, we have 2 As400 machines, 1 for production data and another for
backup and the Notes server.

In notes I have a e-mail adress where customer sends data as an TXT
file. The file is automaticly detached and put in a folder.
It worked very well if the notes server was on the production machine.
But now it does not work anymore. A solution a bit complex but it worked :
check every 5 minutes de folder on the backup machine and if
there is a file, I ftp the file to the production machine. I made a Cl
for this, wich runs only on the backup machine.
My question, is there no possibility to perform FTP in Notes , so i can
just FTP
the file to the production machine?
I know FTP in notes is possible if the notes server is running on an NT
But on AS400 ?

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