There is an alternate value to stuff in QTMSCLEAN that only deletes the
first piece of mail.  The theory is that you chip away at the outgoing mail
until the 'offending' piece is gone and frees up your clog.

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com




>I recreated the journal on my own using standard parms.  I still had the
>problem.  Journal was
>unrelated to actual problem I was having.
>
>IBM tech support had me create DTAARA QTMSCLEAN and restart SMTP server.
>This clobbers all pending
>outgoing mail (not a problem on a development box, might be for
>production) and everything works
>fine.
>
>Art Tostaine, Jr.
>CCA, Inc.
>Jackson, NJ 08527


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