• Subject: Re: Forwarding AS/400 Pop/3 Mail
  • From: Glenn Gunderman <ggundermann@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 11:55:49 -0500
  • Organization: Ronald A. Chisholm Limited


You can specify this in the WRKDIRE screens.  I myself put a really simple menu
called EMAILMNU with 2 options on it.  It could be better.  It's only for me to

To enchance it for a user to use themselves, you could put a clp together to
retrieve the current user's usrid.

Everthing below is exactly how I have it with the exception of system-name where
I have my system name in there.

1.  Forward e-mail
CHGDIRE ??usrid(*n system-name) ??usrdfnfld((forwarding *none *n))
msfsrvlvl(fwdsrvlvl) prefadr(forwarding *n atmime)

2.  Cancel forwarding
CHGDIRE  ??usrid(*n system-name)  usrdfnfld((forwarding *none '  '))
msfsrvlvl(*sysms) prefadr(*smtp *n smtp)

Glenn Gundermann
Ronald A. Chisholm Limited

Kirk Yates wrote:

> We're at V3R7 and I'm looking for a program to forward email from a
> pop/3 mailbox on the AS/400 to some other internet address.  Does anyone
> have any ideas?
> Thank you for your help.
> Kirk Yates
> Pattonville School District

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