Chris,

The interactive facility to get into the Document Library Objects would
be WRKFLR.  Using this command you could display and work with
(including delete) the folders and the DLOs within them.

In batch, you could use the DLTDLO command.  If you know where your
attachments are being stored and you want to clear them daily, you could
use *ALL in a specific folder.

I'm not familiar with the printout you've attached.  Do you know
specifically where these files are located?

HTH,
Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

> Hi there,
>
> I noticed that everytime I'm sending an email with attachment from my
> AS/400,
> The attachment gets saved. However, I have no idea how I can delete
> them.
> When I'm  doing a backup (SAVDLO) I can see following in my
spoolfiles:
>
>                              Display Spooled File
> File  . . . . . :   QPSAVDLO                         Page/Line   1/1
> ...
> ......
> Save date/time . . . . :   24.01.02    04:59:42
>
>                                                        Distributions
>
> ------ from ------
Date
>
> User ID   Address    Description
Sent
>
> JOHN      AMD      EMAIL.PDF
07.11.01
>
> JOHN      AMD      EMAIL.PDF
08.11.01
>
> JOHN      AMD      EMAIL.PDF
08.11.01
>
> JOHN      AMD      MAIL.ZIP
> 08.11.01
>
> Can anybody help on how to delete EMAIL.PDF and MAIL.ZIP ?
>
> Thanks
> Chris



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