01-01-1995, 02:00 AM
I am using the SNDDST command under V4R4 to send files/documents from shared folders to Internet Addresses. I have run into a problem. If I send "*PRI" to a single address, everything is fine. If I send "*PRI" to more than one address, everything is fine. However, if I send "CC" to one or more address the MIME encoding seems to get all screwed up, and the receiving mails get something like: Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="PART.BOUNDARY.1" <blockquote><tt> THIS IS A MESSAGE IN 'MIME' FORMAT. Your mail reader does not support MIME. You may not be able to read some parts of this message. --PART.BOUNDARY.1 Content-Type: application/octet-stream;name=ADDR.TXT Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64 Content-Description:<ADDR.TXT> </tt></blockquote> XmZpZWxkIFRPDQpEQk9ITiBKRVRGT1JNDQpeZmllbGQgU1VCSk VDVA0KVGhpcyBpcyBhIFN1 YmVqZWN0IFRlc3QNCl5maWVsZCBURVhUMQ0KVGhpcyBpcyBhIG 1lc3NhZ2UgVEVYVCB0ZXN0 DQoa --PART.BOUNDARY.1-- IBM support has no record of any other customer having this problem. Before I start logging communication traces and who knows what else, I was wondering if anyone out there with V4R4 could try this and see if it works on their machine. This would at least point to it being an IBM issue or a configuration issue on my side. Thanks in advance for any help or clues. David.