• Subject: Re: SMTP server
  • From: Patrick Townsend <townsend@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 26 Jan 1999 08:52:25 -0800
  • Organization: Patrick Townsend & Associates, Inc.


Did you specify a mail router in the SMTP attributes? Try using CHGSMTPA
and specifying the IP address or host name of your ISP's mail router.


Carl Galgano wrote:
> I have been expermenting with the POP3/SMTP server on the AS400.  I can
> sucessfully sue SMTP to send messages to my AS400 and they will route
> properly to my POP3 mailbox.  I can then download them using my POP3 client
> to my PC.  That all works well so I am confident that I have my system
> configured properly and the SMTP and POP servers are started as well as MSF.
> However, I would like to be able to use my AS400 to send mail messages to
> the Internet.  These message may originate from a PC client and be uploaded
> using SMTP to the AS400 and then the AS400 sould route them to an SMTP
> sevrer on the Internet.  I would also like to be able to use the SNDDST
> command on the AS400 to send to a user on the internet.
> I have configured a default route that points to my proxy server that should
> allow a connection to the Internet.  Can anyone tell me if I am missing
> something?
> Carl
> Carl Galgano
> EDI Consulting Services, Inc.
> 540 Powder Springs Street
> Suite C19
> Marietta, GA  30064
> 770-422-2995
> mailto: cgalgano@ediconsulting.com
> http://www.ediconsulting.com
> EDI, Communications and AS400 Technical Consulting

IBM AS/400 communications, FTP automation, and network security
software and consulting services.

org:Patrick Townsend & Associates, Inc.
adr:;;7700 Earling Street NE;Olympia;WA;98506;US
tel;fax:(360) 357-9047
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