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How to send SMTP mail through JCL in Enterprise Server

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[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 29 April 2011]

In Mainframes, we can send INSTREAM EMAIL using IEBEGENER and SMTP.. Can anyone please tell me how to do in Microfocus and Enterprise server ??
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Yes - the easiest way is to get the Micro Focus Field Developed Solutions (FDS) from Micro Focus. This set of tools developed by Micro Focus consulting and support has that functionality available. Contact your sales person orproduct support for information

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Yes - the easiest way is to get the Micro Focus Field Developed Solutions (FDS) from Micro Focus. This set of tools developed by Micro Focus consulting and support has that functionality available. Contact your sales person orproduct support for information

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The latest version of consulting services MFemail is SMTP_SendMail_FDS_4.1101.
If you were running it, there are some changes in this latest version and a couple of embedded bugs.

BikerBob

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I a VB dotnet program to handle the SMTP call. It reads the text message then sends it to SMTP.

Don't have to mess with the embedded bugs from the FDS.

BikerBob

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