• Subject: Re: E-mail through an RPG program.
  • From: Steve <steve@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 23:05:52 +0000

In article <4.3.2.7.2.20001117200458.00b1dde8@mail.execpc.com>, Pete
Hall <pbhall@execpc.com> writes
>At 08:45 11/17/2000, Angie Wawrzaszek wrote:
>>
>>We would like to be able to send email from an RPG program (or CL) to our 
>>customers.  We use microsoft outlook as out email.  I looked at the SNDDST 
>>command however that is using the AS/400 as the mail server.  We do not 
>>want to have to set up each customer on the AS/400.  We use to use the 
>>as/400 as the mail server but do not want to go back to that.
>
>We're doing exactly as you suggest, and afaik, you need to have each sender 
>in the system directory.

You can set up a generic user (e.g. INTERNET SMTPGATE) and then send to 
that user, and use INTNETADR for the 'real' e-mail address. There's
notes on how to do this on my web-site, http://www.way.org.uk/
-- 
Steve
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