I'm pretty sure that not all 7000 of those emails were deliverable as
addressed. What you are seeing is retry activity on bad email addresses.
Sooner or later, all of the retries will fail and return failed results to
the sender's email address (or reply-to) but your stuck until then. I
believe you can try fooling with the SMTP retry options in the SMTP
attributes (CHGSMTPA), but good luck trying to figure them out.

Rich Loeber
Kisco Information Systems


Mike Cunningham wrote:

Is there any way to look at the queued up mail going out over SMTP?
When we run large (todays was 7,000+) sndemails the program will end but
the system job QTSMTPCLTD (along with multiple QTSMTPCLTP jobs) keeps
running for a long time after with high CPU use (50% range - model 520
single CPU). The RPG job that did the sends finished one hour ago,
the QTSMTPCLTD job is still running. Does anyone know of anything that
can be done to reduce the hit this has on the system?
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