• Subject: Re: SMTP PTF SF58661
  • From: "Carsten Flensburg" <novasol@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Nov 1999 11:06:38 +0100

Hi Tim,

I just checked the coverletter and based on that I would expect that deleting 
the data area should cause the function to stop working - from what you write 
that's obviously not the case!?

On the other hand - if the PTF is not applied permanently you should be able to 
remove it using the RMVPTF command (at least the coverletter doesn't say that 
the PTF is irreversible).

Best regards,
Carsten Flensburg

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Tim McCarthy <TimM@softwarejungle.com>
Sent: 9. november 1999 02:08
Subject: SMTP PTF SF58661

> This is the PTF that makes the SMTP server bind to a specific IP
> address. I've a customer that loaded this and set up the QTMSCBNDIP data
> area with a particular IP address. Unfortunately they had SMTP clients
> that connected through other interfaces. How do you set this back so
> that the server does not bind to a specific local IP? I've tried
> deleting the DA, changing the contents to *ALL etc.  

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