I’m trying to use SMTP to send emails using IBM JCL (IEBGENER). This is the JCL I’m using.I’m getting INVALID COMMAND errors on the. The data termination in SMTP step is period “.”. So keep on repeating these and you can create multiple emails. //IEBGENER JOB ACCT,’DATA. I suspect that your SMTP service was upgraded and may have become more sensitive to errors in setting up messages — your example has a few.
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All one physical line, just as shown.
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I suspect that your SMTP service was upgraded and may have become more sensitive to errors in setting up messages — your example has a few The Content-type of your message is not multipart so I imagine that “support” for the boundary subparameter may have been dropped yielding unpredictable results.
Since I receive different results than you, perhaps it is a configuration issue. Sign up using Email and Password. Edited the answer and removed my comment. Proper usage of the boundary delimiter in a multipart message generally requires that the boundary delimiter be followed by a blank line.
Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. When I execute what you have posted, I receive Also, the last boundary delimiter, the one that terminates the last part of the message should have two hyphens appended to it.
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The rules for the boundary subparameter are defined in RFC under multipart messages. Here is the JCL used: Sign up using Facebook. So it’s hard to pick the pit. Could someone let me know if it is related to internal support issue or something has been deprecated with SMTP utility.
All of kebgener body content of the email is blank and shows no data, Email is being sent but without body content in the email but subject line is apprpriate.
The boundary subparameter of the Content-type parameter relates to multipart messages it is the boundary delimiter between message parts. Still trying, thanks for your time. Raja Reddy 8 18 Taking all this into consideration, a conforming message would look more like: My bad, you’re right.