• Subject: CONFIGURING SMTP E-MAIL ON AS/400
  • From: Angela Wawrzaszek <wawrzaszeka@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 13:29:56 -0500

I am trying to configure the AS/400 so that I can use either the SNDDST command or the SNDEMAIL command from the News/400 article.
 
This is what I did: 
 
1.   CFGTCP,  option 10,  we have our  exchange server set up as a host-table  name = AUSTEEL
 
2.    Created a DIRE:
                                       User ID =  INTERNET
                                       Address = GATEWAY
                                       System Name=  INTERNET
                                       User Profile  =  blanks  
                                       Network User ID = *USRID
 
                                       Mail service Level = User index 
                                       Preferred Address = NETUSRID       *IBM
                                           Address Type  =   ATCONTXT
 
3.   CHGSMTPA     autostart(*yes) 
                                 mailrouter('AUSTEEL') 
                                  Firewall(*YES) 
 
 
4.  I can ping to AUSTEEL,  and SMTP  server is started.
 
 
5.    SNDDST TYPE(*LMSG) TOINTNET((wawrzaszek@austeel.com)) DSTD('test email des
cription') LONGMSG('Testing email')   
 
                   OR
 
                                                            
 SNDEMAIL ADDRESSEE((WAWRZASZEK@AUSTEEL.COM ANGIE)) SENDER(MCLOUGHLIN@AUSTE
EL.COM MICHELLE) SUBJECT(TEST) MESSAGE('Testing using sndemail')               
 
I get back a Send Distribution completed successfully.  or   message    Sending email......
 
 
 
But the message never goes anywhere.  I am assuming I do not have something set up correctly.  I looked at 2 web sites   www.bytware.com and www.way.org.   and it looks okay.   
 
Can someone help me out?    Thanks!
 
                                    
Angie Wawrzaszek
M.I.S. Department

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