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AMailer - Appendix D
Commands

MMAIL comtains a great deal of commands.
The most commonly used commands are documented in this page.
With regard to AMailer we have two classes of commands:

1. Set up commands

  • AMCOMPILE
    This command is used during MMAIL installation to create all the programs making up AMailer.
  • AMINSTALL
    This command is used during MMAIL installation complete AMailer installation.
  • AMUNINSTALL
    This command is is available to uninstall AMailer from MMAIL.
  • AMNEWLUSR
    This command may be used by a class SECOFR user profile to generate AMailer local users, as an alternative to use the CGI program MAILUSERS (see this page).
    Before using command AMNEWLUSR, make sure to run the following commands
    • ENDTCPSVR *POP
    • ENDTCPSVR *SMTP
  • SETMGETTER
    This command sets options for the AMailer batch program intended to receive incoming mail.
    For details, see the installation page.

2. Commands used within AMailer
The following commands are used by AMailer programs:

  • AMDETACH
    Used to detach attachments from e-mail messages.
  • AMEXTBODY
    Used to extact a body from an e-mail message.
  • AMGETMAILB
    Used to run a non-ending program intended to receive incoming mail.
  • AMQPDECODE
    Used to decode a quoted-printable stream.
  • AM64DECODE
    Used to decode a base64 stream.
  • AM64ENCODE
    Used to encode a stream to base64 stream.

3. AMailer-developer commands
The following commands are used by the MMAIL author to test AMailer individual functions:

  • AMDEBODY
    Used to test program AMDEBODY, that detachs a message body from an e-mail message.
  • AMIFOUTOF
    Used to test program AMIFOUTOF, that files out-of-office information.
  • AMPROPERT
    Used to test message properties.



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