SNDDST output is ASCII

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Can anybody help me on using the SNDDST command? I tried to send a physical file to Microsoft Exchange (MS Outlook) and not successful. The file was sent to my Outlook inbox but the file is all ASCII characters. It cannot be read using any text editor.
ASKED: July 13, 2005  11:19 PM
UPDATED: August 22, 2013  4:34 PM

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http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/index.htm?info/cl/snddst.htm

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  • Samfong
    http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/index.htm?info/cl/snddst.htm
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  • Fanbot
    Hi, Convert your file to a stream file or to a file on the QDLS. Then SNDDST using *DOC supplying the path. Works great for us.
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  • RobertMcCarty
    Before you can use this command, you have to enroll the user or recipient using the command: WRKDIRE. While there make sure you use the F19 SMTP, while there add the persons email address, and on the fifth panel, change: Mail service level to '2' and change: Preferred address to '3'. Then try sending.
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  • pkostic
    That's because you should copy your phisycal file to a folder or IFS, then you would be able to send it in an email. You may do a CL program an include something like this: 1) CPYTOPCD FROMFILE(LIB/FILE) TOFLR('TEMP') TODOC(FILE.TXT) REPLACE(*YES) 2) SNDDST TYPE(*DOC) TOINTNET(('your@email.com')) DSTD(A) MSG('Message.') DOC(FILE.TXT) FLR('TEMP') 3) DLTDLO DLO(FILE.TXT) FLR('TEMP') In 1) you can do a CPYTOPCD or CPYTOIMPF to send it as a db file. Hope this help you. Regards.
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