Help configuring SAP R/3: transaction SM59
Bijay.Shrestha at genmills.com
Tue Sep 17 17:55:13 MET DST 2002
I'm in WAS 6.2. I have configured HTTP which works fine. I'm not sure about
SMTP. What do I need to do beside adding port parameter in profile in order
to send and recieve email in WAS?
I checked sapserv4 for /general/misc/smtp but looks like this is only for
until 4.6 version. There's nothing for WAS 6.1 and 6.2 versions.
Sr. Tech. Specialist
> -----Original Message-----
> From: linux.general-admin at listserv.sap.com@PILLSBURY On Behalf
Of Oliver Butanowitz <Oliver.Butanowitz at alis.de>
> Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2002 1:16 AM
> To: linux.general at listserv.sap.com
> Cc: Andrea Setti
> Subject: Re: Help configuring SAP R/3: transaction SM59
> Hi all,
> we use the sap smtp gateway (mlunxsnd) in combination with qmail,
> there's no problem with. (Qmail has a sendmail emulation which works
> fine). You can find this programs on sapserv3 /general/misc/smtp i think.
> This programm connects as RFC Server to the R/3 System, you only have to
> configure SAP (TA SCOT) to use this RFC Destination for outgoing Internet
> mail. You also have to schedule a job to start the mailtransfer from R/3.
> Also incoming mail (SMTP from Extern to SAP) works with qmail and a small
> script which pipes the incoming mail to mlsomail without any problems.
> On Monday, 16. September 2002 17:03, you wrote:
> > Hi, my name is Andrea Setti from ICT One s.r.l.
> > we are experiencing troubles configuring transaction SM59 for using a
> > (Mail Transfert Agent) with our SAP R/3 4.6C system.
> > We have successfully installed SAP on Compaq server with Linux SuSE 8.0
> > Professional and Oracle. Our company has a MTA installed on the
> > internet-gateway running Qmail on Linux SuSE 7.3 on another host.
> > How can we configure the system to send emails through the MTA?
> > Thank you in advance for your help, greetings.
> > Andrea Setti, BSc - Business Computer Technology
> > IT Consultant for ICT One s.r.l.
> > Reggio Emilia - ITALY
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