What do the out going "From:" addresses look like? A real smtp name or an
AS/400 USERID?ADDRESS@domain.com invented one?
At 10:34 AM 12/23/98 -0500, you wrote:
>From: John Myers
>Recently we put up a new AS/400 170 with V4R3 & transferred our mail
>service (POP & SMTP) to this machine (from V3R7). Immediately, we became
>totally unable to send mail to AOL from our AS/400 based domain. We are
>receiving mail without problem from AOL & sending from other non-AS/400
>based domains to AOL. AS/400 based mail with all other domains has been
>We contacted AOL tech support, but only get lame apologies which assume
>that they have capacity problems.
>I know & have experienced AOL's intermittent mail problems in the past.
>This, on the other hand, appears to be a constant situation. Because it
>coincided with the installation of the new machine, I wonder if it is tied
>to V4R3 in any way?
>Anyone have either the same experience or any ideas?
>TIA for your help!
>IBM Certified Specialist - AS/400 Technical Solutions
>Strategic Business Systems, Inc.
>300 Lake Street, Suite B, Ramsey, NJ 07446 USA
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