I have successfully sent email using the command SNDSMTPEMM.

I had to work to get to understand that at least in my shop I had to use the CHGSMTPA command.

The MAILROUTER() parameter and the FWDHUBSVR() parameter had to be the same, to point to our local network's Internet Exchange server DNS.

With the SNDSMTPEMM command, another thing was the CHARSET() parameter. When I create the CSV file in the IFS, I create it usually with the CCSID = 1252, a Windows standard. That's so some of the users can get it "as is" from the file share directory we set up, since that's where they're using these files.

So first times using the SNDSMTPEMM command with the attachment I used CHARSET( *WINDOWS_1252 ). But that got me some funny characters in the Inbox attachment when opening the email. Since it was already CCSID = 1252, I changed the parameter to CHARSET(*BIN).

That worked.

Gonna upgrade my TCPIP skills.








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