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    Device descriptions reside in QSYS. When a device is created the authority starts with the command being used to create it. The default usually is *LIBRCTRAUT. This would be the same ast the create authority on QSYS. Usually QSYS is set to *SYSVAL. The system value QCRTAUT default is *CHANGE. Three things effect this, the command default, the QSYS library, and the system value QCRTAUT. Generally the problem starts with the system value being changed from *CHANGE to *USE for security reasons. At this time the easiest fix is to use the CHGLIB command and change QSYS create authority to *CHANGE. If this doesn't fix your problem you might want to examine the AUT parameter on the command being used to create the device.

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      The ADDSMTPLE (Add SMTP List Entry) command does not have any help. How should it be used to manage a list of IP addresses for allowing email relay? The TYPE parm accepts:[*]ACCEPT[*]REJECT[*]NEAR[*]DOMAIN[*]SVRBIND[*]CLTBIND[*]ETRNSVR[*]FTRSUBJECT[*]FTRORIGIN[*]FTRFILNAME[*]FTRTYPE

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        The only place I could find any info was the iSeries Memorandum to Users, SC41-5015-00. It has this to say: Antispam file QTMSADRLST no longer supported In prior releases, members ACCEPTRLY and REJECTCNN in the QTMSADRLST file of the QUSRSYS library were used to provide antispam function. For V5R1, these members are copied into a new file and the QTMSADRLST file of the QUSRSYS library is deleted. To update your antispam information after the conversion is complete, you can use either the ADDSMTPLE or RMVSMTPLE command with *ACCEPT or *REJECT specified for the TYPE parameter, or you can use Operations Navigator SMTP property pages.

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