Duh,

        Is a good description Rob. What is it that you are attempting to
verify ???

        Carrier on the ISP to You Leg of a circuit ?
        Good MX records in a DNS server somewhere ?
        That the Frewall port is open and available ?
        That the network route tables are intact and active ?
        That the iSeries is powered up and operating ?
        That Domino is handling SMTP messages ?
        That the Network support people came to work on New Years Day ??
        Ect...............................

        The simple answer is maybe a RPG or C program that opens a
connection to your ISPs relay mail handler and verifies that it get's the
proper response.. "220  mail.x.y.net ESMTP ..................."

        JMS...
Jeffrey Silberberg
CompuDesigns, Inc.
Atlanta, Georgia  30350-5640


----- Original Message -----
From: <rob@dekko.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 3:17 PM
Subject: Testing email connection to the outside world


>
> I have this project to verify that we can send and receive email to the
> outside world.  Duh, we can now, of course.  The problem is that they want
> some sort of program that every x minutes verifies that we still can, and
> if not, perform appropriate actions.
>
>  < S N I P >






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