Hmmm...I can't find it in the source.

On Wed, 17 Mar 2004 10:15:46 -0500, rob@xxxxxxxxx said:
> Modify SNDEMAIL, it uses files in /tmp to store the header portion of the 
> email.
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> Do you need to modify SNDEMAIL, or just specify a different directory for
> the FILENAME parm on the SNDEMAIL command?
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> On Wed, 17 Mar 2004 09:31:23 -0500, rob@xxxxxxxxx said:
> > I've opened two pmr's; one with the iSeries team and one with the Domino 
> 
> > for iSeries team.  Asking if it is kosher to clear the directory /tmp 
> > after you bring the system down to restricted state.  Neither team would 
> 
> > commit to okaying it.  They could name a few specifics that would be ill 
> 
> > if the system wasn't in a restricted state but none that would be if the 
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> > system were in a restricted state.  Still they cautioned against it.  I 
> > take it that clearing this out must be really popular with some of you
> > out 
> > there.  Because IBM is going to great efforts to thwart people from 
> doing 
> > this.  And I really wish I could discuss this more as to how they are 
> > doing this, but I can't.
> > 
> > Oh, and by the way, how tricky would it be to modify Dave Leland's 
> > SNDEMAIL to stop using the /tmp directory?
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