SNDDST language issue

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Our servers have different primary languages. My problem is if i use the SNDDST command, it's showing that the send distribution was completed successfully, but the recipient is not getting mail. 

Dspmsg showing ' Distribution to user identifier *UNKNOWN *ANYMAIL failed.''

System value Qchrid is Character ID . . . . . : 925 1-32767 
 Code page . . . . . . : 875 1-32767  

If I change the code to page 285 it works.  The problem is the @ symbol; how do I use the symbol with a different language like German, French, Italian or Spanish?

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  • TomLiotta
    problem is @ symbol how to use the symbol to different language like (gr,fr,it,spa).   An e-mail address consists of a local-part and a domain name separated by an "@" symbol. The local-part may have international characters that are understood by the remote e-mail server. The domain name can be any valid domain name.   But as far as I know, the "@" symbol is always an "@" symbol. It's not a character from any language in the sense that it is a fixed value that every system understands as the separator.   Now, that might not be true, but I've never seen any specification that says it can be anything else. I'd be very interested if anyone can provide links to RFCs that describe anything else. It needs to be something that every e-mail system recognizes. It shouldn't change for different languages. If it does, it seems almost certain that SNDDST wouldn't handle it.   Further, if you need to send internationalized e-mail, you should not be using SNDDST. Use the SMTP services instead. (Actually, you should use SMTP even if it's not international whenever you're sending across the internet.)   Tom
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  • kingstoniseries
    thanks for your reply, i accepted that symbol never changed but my question is if i change the code page (qchrid) it was working fine(means mails going). so i need change code page  or  symbol?
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