Thanks Scott.

Support did essentially state what that document states, that users should
be using the FWDMAILHUB parm in cases like ours where we want all mail
forwarded.


On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 12:05 AM, Scott Klement
<midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Hi Jeff,

If you're looking for an explanation, the closest thing I've found is
the following APAR:

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas244e9357c28dca0e286257763003c733e

It's not a great explanation (to put it mildly). But it provides some
information, at least.


On 5/2/2011 9:54 AM, Jeff Crosby wrote:
All,

Upgraded to V7R1 over the weekend. I tested email sending yesterday by
sending emails to my gmail address and it worked, so I thought all was
well.
It was not.

The System i was unable to send emails this morning to anyone with a
dilgardfoods.com email address. I opened a PMR with IBM and they solved
it.

Among the many parameters on the CHGSMTPA ("Change SMTP Attributes")
command
on the System i, there are 2 parameters that confuse customers. They
are:

1) "Mail router" which was set to oursmtprelay.nottellingyou.blahblah.
This
parameter tells the System i "Where should I send mail when I can't
resolve
the recipient?"
2) "Forwarding mailhub server" which specifies where ALL mail should be
sent. This was blank.

He said customers tend to see "mail router" and think all mail will be
sent
there. Not the case. We put oursmtprelay.nottellingyou.blahblah in the
forwarding mailhub server parameter as well because that's where we want
all
email to go. Cycled SMTP and all was well.

Evidently something changed from V6R1 to V7R1 in the functionality of
these
2 parameters.



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