v1.00 - Original
v2.00 - Added ability to email an attachment, such as an HTML file,
as the body of the message. This is done specifying the
special value *ATT for the Message, and then listing the
attachment(s) you want to use as the body. All attachment
files are treated at "text-only" type files when being placed
into the message body.
NOTE: There is also a new paramter named
"Body Content Type (BDYCT)" that should be changed to the
appropriate content type. For example, if you are sending
an HTML file as the body, or using HTML in the message text,
this value should be "text/html".
v2.01 - Fixed bug when attaching a file larger than 32k as the body
of the email.
v2.02 - Internal updates.
v2.03 - Fixed bug when sending attachments. Attachments could be
v2.04 - Added logging. The file MLTLOGPF in the MAILTOOL library
will keep track of certain parameters when MAILTOOL is used.
Changed the Subject line from 256 to 1024 characters.
Changed the Message line from 512 to 4096 characters.
v3.00 - Updated to integrate with SPLTOOL and AFPTOOL.
Added ATTNAM (Attachment Name) parameter. This parameter
can be used to name the attachment in the email something
different than the real file name. Default is to use
the real file name.
v3.01 - Fixed bug when emailing more than one attachment. The
2nd and latter attachment file names became corrupt.
v3.02 - Changed the limit of attachments from 20 to 50. If using
with SPLTOOL you should use at least v8.02 of SPLTOOL.
v3.03 - Allow blanks for attachment names that will be ignored after
the first paramter entry. If attachments are used, the
first attachment parameter must be used.
v3.04 - Removed name of day formatting from date.
v3.05 - Added Importance (IMP) parameter. Can be used to specify normal,
high, or low importance.
v3.06 - Added DEBUG parameter. When *YES is specified, the MIME file used
to send the email is copied to /tmp/mailtooldebug.txt for viewing.
v3.07 - Updated date routine. Was causing errors in date when the language
v3.08 - Added a Mail Disposition Notification (MDN) option. This allows you to
specify an email address in which to send a notification when the email
is received and read. Please note this is not foolproof and does not
always work. This option can be shut off at the client and server levels
of the receipient.
v3.09 - Updated To: and Content-Disposition: headers. They weren't including
quotes around the names if specified which caused problems with some
v3.10 - Updated method of getting MIME file name. On newer (fast!) machines running
multiple jobs the MIME header file names could clash. An update was added
to fix this problem.
v3.11 - Added the ability to use the special value *USER for the From Address
(FROMADDR) parameter. This will instruct MAILTOOL to use the SMTP name
from the directory entry of the user the is running the command.
v3.12 - Updated processing to convert to and from addresses to CCSID 500 before
calling QtmmSendMail API. This requirement was recently added to the
IBM documentation for this API. This update is supposed to fix problems
that people have with having to use characters other than "@" in their
email addresses (for example the § or à characters).
Updated to retrieve default CCSID instead of job CCSID.
v3.20b - Changed attachment processing... *PLEASE READ*
If specifying *ATT for the message parameter, this will now ONLY use the
FIRST attachment specified as the body of the message. All other attachments
listed will be treated as normal attachments.
If you are currently using the *ATT special value for the message body
parmeter and are specifying more than one attachment to be the body of the
message, you will need to update your procedures before applying this
version of MAILTOOL.
v3.21 - Added the Recipient Separator (RECSEP) parameter. This is used to specify the
character to use to separate multiple email addresses. In the past this was a
semicolon. On very few machines this caused problems. I added this parameter
and defaulted it to a comma which seems to be the norm with most email clients
v3.22 - Added double quotes around name or email address (if no name). Some systems had
problems with special characters in email addresses if not in quotes.
v3.23 - Added error checking for CPF3C17 that will be returned on V5R2 if a bd
recipient address is used.
v3.24 - Added option to control the newline characters that are used and solve
issues on machines not using a US code page. If \n is not working use
the following command:
CRTDTAARA DTAARA(QGPL/MLTNEWLINE) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(2) VALUE('\n')
You can then use the \n character for newlines. If you want to use
another 2 characters, you can change what is used using the CHGDTAARA
v3.25 - Added Reply-To parameters. You can now specify up to 10 addresses that
will be used for reply to recipients. If no addresses are specified
replies will automatically go to sender.
NOTE: If you use the Reply-To parameter and want a reply to go to the
original sender you must include the original sender's address in the
reply to list.
If using this version with SPLTOOL, you will need SPLTOOL v8.06 or higher.
Added parameter to name the debug file. Defaults to mailtooldebug.txt.
v3.26 - Fixed bug with timestamp placed in MIME header file.
v3.27 - Fixed debug file parm to be Mixed case instead of MONO.
v3.28 - Fixed bug with attachments over a certain size. (#B64ENCODE error)
v3.29 - Fixed bug with attachments. Was inserting @@ into files.
v3.30 - Removed use of double quotes around email address when no "name" is specified. This
was causing some problems on servers. NOTE: If you are using any special characters
in your email address(es) and are experiencing problems, please contact me.
Also, be sure to test this version of MAILTOOL before moving it into production
if you know you are using special characters any email address.
v3.31 - When sending emails with special characters in the subject or message and
including an attachment the special characters would be corrupted. Removed
the default encoding from the MIME header which caused this problem.
v3.32 - Fixed rare bug when sending attachements as the body of the message. Trailing blanks
from buffers were truncated.
v3.40 - **NOTE**
Updated registration to use Serial Number and Model number.
Removed nag message from emails in unregistered version. Instead, temporary
keys will be issued to allow unlimited testing for a period of time.
-- Current Users --
Email me a note with your serial number(s) and model number(s) before you
install this version so I can get you a new key.
-- New Users --
Email me and I will get you a temporary key. This temporary key will allow you
to use MAILTOOL with all functionality for a limited period of time. You
need a temporary key or a permanent key to use MAILTOOL.
Updated logging portion of application to use system date instead of the
v3.41 - Fixed small bug with temporary registration key checking.
v3.42 - Fixed bug with debug paramater. On versions prior to V4R5 of the OS
the REPLACE parameter on the CPY command was not valid. Change processing
to first remove the debug file if it exists, then create the debug file.
v4.00 - Added MAILTOOL Plus! option as described below. MAILTOOL Plus! requires
a seperate registration only for the functionality described below. If
you are still using the IBM SMTP server to send emails with MAILTOOL,
registration of MAILTOOL Plus! is not required.
-- MAILTOOL Plus! Update --
Added option to bypass the standard IBM SMTP server for sending of email.
The new parameter added for this is SENDWITH. The default value of
*IBMSMTP will act as it normally did using the IBM SMTP server to send
the email message. The value of *MAILTOOL will use MAILTOOL's own internal
communications to send the email. With this option you do not need to have
MSF or the SMTP server running at all unless it is your only SMTP server.
The *MAILTOOL option will look up the MX records for the domain of the
"from" address to determine which mail server to connect to in order
to send emails.
When using *MAILTOOL for the SENDWITH parameter you have the option to
specify a mail router that can be used if no MX records are successful
or if you want to only use a mail router.
Added new parameter for SMTP Debug File (DEBUGSMTP). When the DEBUG(*YES)
option is used the file specified will be created to show the communications
MAILTOOL has with the SMTP servers found on the MX records of the from
v4.01 - Added the MAILTOOL Plus! Log (MTPLUSLOG) command that will allow you to see
and work with a log of emails that were not 100% successful in transmission.
From this display you can display properties of the emails such as the
recipients and which recipients received the emails and which did not.
See the MAILTOOL Plus! documentation for more information on this feature:
v4.02 - (SPMT091004) Changed timout for socket from 20 to 30 seconds.
Fixed bug when reading continued responses from mail server.
v4.03 - Added CCSID parameter that will be used for conversions between
EBCDIC and ASCII. This parm is only valid using SENDWITH(*MAILTOOL).
v4.04 - Updated MIME file name creation so that it will only use value from
data area. In the past if the data area wasn't available a timestamp
would be used.
v4.05 - Updated MAILTOOL Plus! so that if EHLO command fails HELO is tried for
compatibility with older systems.
v4.06 - Fixed bug when resending email with MTPLUSLOG command.
v4.07 - Changed conversion method for addresses before calling QtmmSendMail API to
use iConv() instead of API.
v4.08 - Added processing for MAILTOOL Plus! to look up MX records for the mail
router that is specified (if used).
Fixed bug when trying to connect to servers after the first failed.
v4.09 - Fixed bug that would cause looping on MX servers if the first one
couldn't be used to send email.
v4.10 - Added MTPBIND parameter to allow user to bind outgoing communications
when using MAILTOOL Plus! to a specific internal IP address.
v4.11 - Fixed small bug. MAILTOOL Plus! wouldn't log errors during the message
portion of the email. Updated so these errors would be logged in the
v4.12 - (SP050531) Added processing to handle double quotes for CCSID 1026.
(SP050615) Added more error reporting for attachment not found errors
Fixed small bug when using MAILTOOL Plus! and a out of range error occured.
v4.13 - Added more error checking to MAILTOOL Plus! when socket connections are
v4.14 - When using MAILTOOL Plus! and socket error occured previously it would
simply abort. Now it will continue to try other mail servers if available.
v4.15 - Updated application so "from" email address would appear correctly in outlook
when a "from name" was used.
v4.17 - Added Timeout parameter for MAILTOOL Plus
v5.00 - Added distribution lists for MAILTOOL Plus. Use the MLTDSTL command to
work with distribution lists. To use a distribution list, specify the
distribution list preceded by a * on the To, CC, or BCC address
v5.01 - Added PLAIN and LOGIN authentication capabilties. If your mail server
requires plain or login authentication you can use the new parameters
AUTHUSER and AUTHPW to enter the userid and password values.
v5.02 - Added PRIORITY parameter that allows a user to set a priority of Urgent,
Normal or Non-Urgent.
v5.03 - (MT060823) Update on MAILTOOL Plus processing for non-US code pages and
the @ symbol.
(MT060823) Update on priority processing. Added X-Priority header to
emails for systems that use them.
(MT060823) Fixed bugs when using MAILTOOL Plus! that could possibly close
obscure TCPIP ports causing malfunctions in other software
Added option to send text and html versions of an email. Both versions
must be created in the IFS first. Then for the subject specify the
special value of *MULTI and specify the two files created in the first
and second attachment parameters. The first file must be the text version
and the second version must be the HTML version.
v6.00 - Registration updates
v6.01 - Registration fix. If you aquired keys for v6.00 of MAILTOOL, please contact
us for new keys for this version.
(SP070103) Fixed MAILTOOL Plus Authentication. When sending to multiple
recipients with different domains the authentication strings
would get corrupted.
v6.02 - (MT070103) Fixed MAILTOOL Plus Authentication. When sending to multiple
recipients with different domains the authentication strings
would get corrupted.
Added ability to use multiple "names" for TO, CC and BCC Addresses.
v6.03 - Added new parm MXLOOKUP. This parm is used when using MAILTOOL Plus and
specifies when you are using a mail router if you want to perform an
MX Lookup on the mail router itself. This fields defaults to *YES so
it performs as before the addition.
Added more debugging to debug file for MAILTOOL Plus listing all entries
used to try and send the email.
v6.04 - Added SENDADDR and SENDNAME parameters to allow the use of the Sender: header.
v6.05 - Added ability to specify a user id for the TO, CC or BCC addresses. If the user
id specified has an SMTP address set up in a directory entry, that address
will be substituted for the user id.
v6.06 - Added SSL Support for MAILTOOL Plus.
Added parameter to specify SMTP port when using MAILTOOL Plus.
Updated processing for MAILTOOL Plus so when using USERTR(*ONLY) it doesn't also
try to send directly.
v6.07 - (v6.06 SP) Removed BCC header from MIME text.
(v6.06 SP) Fixed bug when running on non-US code page with @ (at) symbol
in email addresses.
Added FOOTER parameter to allow user to specify the path to a stream
file in the IFS to be used as a footer text in the email (for example
a company disclaimer).
v6.08 - Added options to MAILTOOL Plus distribution lists so you can define
what "type" of address each entry is in a specific distribution list.
The valid types are as follows:
*DFT - Default, which uses the address type that the distribution
list is specified on (ie, TO, CC or BCC)
*TO - The address will always be used as a TO address
*CC - The address will always be used as a CC address
*BCC - The address will always be used as a BCC address
v6.10 - (v6.08 SP) Added colon ":" as a valid character in a recipient email address
for compatibility with fax email servers. This option will
only work with MAILTOOL Plus when using a mail router that
is acting as a fax server.
Added ability to use wildcard in the attachment file name. The
valid wilcard methods are wildcard*, *wildcard, and wild*card.
v6.20 - (v6.10 SP) Fixed bug when sending to similar domains would send
multiple times to some of the recipients.
Updated logging. Instead of a single MLTLOGPF log file, there are
now 3 log files.
MLTLOGPF - Header information for email
MLTLOGDPF - Recipient detail information
MLTLOGAPF - Attachment detail information
Records can be matched between the files by the "from" email address
as the email id that is included in each file.
v6.21 - (v6.20 SP) Fixed bug when editing email addresses in MAILTOOL distribution
lists and getting error that says "Address already exists for list"
Added command MTPRESEND that will automatically cycle through records
in the MTPLUSLOG display and try to resend them.
Some emails that were erroring out when using MAILTOOL Plus were not
getting added to the MAILTOOL Plus Log display. Fixed.
Added Date/Time to MAILTOOL Plus SMTP Debug file.
Added object MAILTOOLV type *DTAARA which contains the version of the
v6.22 - (v6.21 SP) Bug when sending mail with MAILTOOL Plus and get past RCPT command
but failed after would not log an error.
(v6.21 SP) Updated MAILTOOL Plus Error log so F12 worked the same as
(v6.21 SP) Fixed bug in mailtoolsmtp.txt file where the last line of the email
was being concatonated with the next debug description line.
(v6.21 SP) Added email address to completion message (ie sent to email@example.com)
(v6.21 SP) Changed AUTHPW parm to not show in job log.
Added NOATTACT (No Attachment Action) parameter that will allow you to specify
what happens when a wildcard attachment is specified and no files are found.
The default value of *NONE will act as it did before and send the email, but
you also have the option of creating a file named /bvstools/mailtool/noattdft.txt
that can be used as a default attachment. This file can contain anything you
like such as a message saying "no attachments found."
The value *ERR will tell MAILTOOL to stop and send an error instead of
sending the email.
v6.23 - (v6.22 SP) Updated option 5 (display) from MTPLUSLOG command to use
DSPF instead of copying to file in QTEMP and DSPPFM. The
DSPF command wasn't available before but now that the min
release is V5R2 it shouldn't be an issue.
(v6.22 SP) Fixed bug when specifying *ATT for message along with another
attachment it would attach the wrong file.
(v6.22 SP) Fixed bug with wildcard attachments in QDLS file system not
Added new parameters MSGID (Message ID) and MSGIDDOM (Message ID Domain).
These are used to add message IDs to your emails. The default is that
MAILTOOL will function as it did before, with no message ID.
v6.24 - Added TLS support for MAILTOOL Plus. To use TLS instead of SSL, simply
specify *TLS for the Use SSL parameter.
SP110811 - Fixed bug when sending emails with invalid attachments it
a file descriptor was being left open and after a few
attempts other applications would have errors opening new
SP111015 - Fixed bug when using Wildcard with QNTC file system. It
wasn't picking up any files.
SP111027 - Fixed bug when MAILTOOL Plus key was invalid the
MTPLUSLOG file didn't work right to resend email.
SP120410 - Fixed issue when using Yahoo Mail. The Base64 conversion
routing being used was rejected by Yahoo (but not for other
email clients such as Gmail).
SP120410b - Same as above, small bug fix
SP120606 - Found issue when emailing using a distribution list that was
empty no way to add a recipient. Added the ability to do this
using MTPLUSLOG. Also found bug if emailing an attachment
the attachment would be corrupt, fixed as well.
SP121003 - Updated MAILTOOL Plus to give a 10 minute timeout value after
the DATA portion of the email via RFC 5321
SP121112b - When *USER is specified as the FROM address and no directory
entry was found the email was still trying to send. Added
more error checking for this case.
Changed method of looking up directory entry name to use
v7.00 - Added ILE Subprocedures to use to send emails more easily in programs. See the MAILTOOL documentation
at http://docs.bvstools.com for more information.
Fixed a few bugs.
Changed default debug files so that they use a unique ID number so their are not overwritten each time
the program is run. If you have your defaults set to DEBUG(*YES) you can override this by using
debug file names that do not include the /%id%/ replacement value.
If the program errors out, a debug file will be created no matter if debug is turned on or not. This makes
things easier to debug as recreating the issue isn't always possible.
Using configuration files for defaults for ILE subprocedures. See documentation at http://docs.bvstools.com
for more information.
SP140212 - Fixed bug when sending large attachments and they were corrupted.
Fixed bug when using wildcard attachments.
SP140212b - Fixed bug when using reply to address and it would not clear them
before sending the next email.
SP140219 - Fixed bug with timeout value when using ILE functions.
SP140220 - Added "Close Connection" variable to debug dump.
Removed MIME data from the SMTP trace debug file. Replaced with one
message stating the size of the MIME file. MIME data is already in
it's own file and this will keep the size of the trace files down.
SP140220b - Fixed bug when sending multiple attachments and the names of the
2nd attachment and on were corrupted.
SP140326 - Fixed bug when mail server was capable of using authentication and
username was left blank it still tried to use authentication.
SP140401 - Removed the message saying which configuration file was being used
when debug was turned off.
SP140410 - Fixed bug when specifying a distribution list. Would say either
there were no recipients or that distribution lists were not
valid when not using MAILTOOL Plus (and you were using Plus).
v7.10 - Added Configuration and Save parameters to the MAILTOOL command. See docs for more
info on these new parameters.
Added the MTPSAVE data area which is a default value for saving emails send using
MAILTOOL Plus. See documentation for more information.
Updated the MTPLUSLOG command so that not only will it show emails that errored, but
also emails that were sent with the save option (MAILTOOL Plus only).
Updated the MTPRESEND command with the option to send only errored emails, all emails,
and also the ability to specify a configuration file to use when sending the emails.
Added the ability to specify a pre-created MIME file to use when sending the email. When
using this information you also will need to make sure you are specifying the recipient
(ie TO, CC, BCC) addresses. This applies to MAILTOOL Plus only.
SP140708 - Updated MTPRESEND to show the number of emails that will be sent if process
Updated MTPLUSLOG display to show subject and allow viewing of config file
that is attached to the email.
SP140714 - Fixed bug when using *ATT as the body any other attachments would be corrupted.
SP140721 - Fixed bug when job CCSID was non US. Wasn't recognizing email addresses
because the @ sign wasn't being converted.
SP140722 - Fixed issue with multiple SMTP files. Made sure it was using the file in
Fixed issue when using a configuration file and an a distribution list entry.
It would say you can't use them without MAILTOOL Plus because it hadn't yet
loaded that information from the config file.
SP140722b- MAILTOOL command was sending completion type error messages instead of escape
as in previous versions. Updated so it worked the same as the prior version.
Updated #mailtool_addAttachment() to return an error message if one exists. This
updated the /copy member P.MAILTOOL as well.
Updated maximum number of attachments to 100 from 50.
SP140724 - Updated JSON Parsing routine to not ignore data like CR and LF that are in
quotes of the data (for newlines in message field in config file).
SP140728 - Fixed issue with MAILTOOL Plus not recognizing that the server was using
authentication because the information was sent in separate pieces for each
option the server allowed.
SP140804 - Updated the MTPLUSLOG command to allow start date and time to subset the list
SP140805 - Fixed issue when using distribution list and MAILTOOL Plus the MIME header wasn't
being built correctly in all cases. Also, the debug file wasn't being removed.
SP140918 - Fixed bug with CCSIDs and JSON parsing.
SP140922 - Added return parameter to #mailtool_sendMail that returns the unique email ID.
Updated #mailtool_sendMail so that it returns the number of recipients the email
was delivered to when using MAILTOOL Plus instead of zero. When using
IBM SMTP this will still return zero when there are no errors. For both cases
-1 will be returned when there is an error.
SP140924 - Fixed issue when sending email and it errored JSON config file that is created
was the wrong code page/corrupt.
SP140926 - Fixed bug when message started with an asterisk (*) and it wasn't a special value
like *ATT it would convert the message to upper case.
SP141117 - Updated #mailtool_sendMail so that it will always return a unique message ID, even
when there is an error.
SP141118 - Fixed bug with the FROM, TO and CC Names getting corrupted in certain instances.
SP141118b - Temporary directory setting wasn't being used for _debug_ file. Fixed.
SP150107 - Fixed bug when sending a blank email address on the command it would try to look up
a distrubution list entry. Fixed
SP150209 - Fixed bug when specifying an extra attachment without a leading / process would error.
SP150210 - Fixed issue when sending with *MAILTOOL and no mail router the TO addresses weren't
v8.00 - Updated to allow the use of OAuth 2.0 for authentication for GMail Accounts. This will also require
that G4G and GETURI are also installed and that the *GMAILSMTP server is registered in G4G for
each user that is using this feature. GETURI and G4G will also need to be in the library list.
To specify the use of OAuth 2.0 for authentication use the value *G4G_XOAUTH2 for the SMTP
Auth User ID paramter and leave the SMTP Auth Password blank.
SP150226 - Updated application so the special value for the SMTP Auth User of
*G4MSXOAUTH2 will allow OAuth 2.0 Authentication to be used for
Microsoft Cloud accounts (such as outlook.com). This option requires
G4MS v1.20 or higher and GETURI v4.09 or higher
v8.10 - Updated to use latest version of JSONTOOL JSON Parser for Configuration Files (v3.0).
Updated configuration file processing when using the MAILTOOL command so that if a
configuration file is used any value in the configuration will override the values on
the command (if they aren't blank and the values exist in the configuration file).
Updated the configuration processing so if *DFT is used for the configuration file and not
a unique name, it will first try to use /bvstools/mailtool/config/<userid>/defaults.json. If
that file isn't found it will attempt to use /bvstools/mailtool/config/defaults.json. Previously
if a unique name was specified and that file wasn't found it would try using the defaults next. Now
if a unique file isn't found it will error out and stop.
Added data area MLT002DA which will hold the SSL Protocol Version to use.
Added MLTUPDATE command to make updating from a previous version easier.
*** Added a procedure named #mailtool_loadDefaults() that can be used when using the ILE subprocedures
to load defaults from the configuration file set using the configuration_file keyword and
#mailtool_setValue(). This is different in that before the #mailtool_init() subprocedure would
load the defaults. Now YOU WILL NEED TO UPDATE your PROGRAMS to use the
rc = #mailtool_setValue('configuration_file':
if (#mailtool_init() >= 0);
rc = #mailtool_addTORecipient('firstname.lastname@example.org');
rc = #mailtool_setValue('subject':Subject);
rc = #mailtool_setValue('message':Message);
rc = #mailtool_sendMail(errMsg);
if (#mailtool_init() >= 0);
rc = #mailtool_setValue('configuration_file':
rc = #mailtool_loadDefaults();
rc = #mailtool_addTORecipient('email@example.com');
rc = #mailtool_setValue('subject':Subject);
rc = #mailtool_setValue('message':Message);
rc = #mailtool_sendMail(errMsg);
See http://www.fieldexit.com/forum/display?threadid=171 for more details on the
updates included with this version.
v8.20 - Added #mailtool_setMsgPtr() procedure. This procedure allows you to set the message
of the email by specifying a pointer to the message and the length of the message.
see http://www.fieldexit.com/forum/display?threadid=173 for an example.
SP150709 - Fixed bug when using MAILTOOL Plus and no mail router. If there
were multiple recipient domains the 1st would work find but the
subsequent would not be delivered properly.
v9.00 - Added licensing by date (SaaS) option.
SP151028 - Added option for MAILTOOL Plus to override the host name that is
sent in the EHLO/HELO conversation. By default the system host
and domain is used from CFGTCP option 12. If you wish to override
this use the following command:
CRTDTAARA DTAARA(MAILTOOL/MLTHOSTDA) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(128) VALUE('<newhost>')
Replace <newhost> with the hostname you wish to use.
SP151113 -Included YAJL objects.
Fixed bug when configuration file specified doesn't exist. Now it
throws an error.
Updated log so when SSL handshake error happens the return code is
in the log file.
v9.10 - Added #mailtool_clearRecipients() subprocedure. This allows you to clear all,
TO, CC or BCC recpipients so you can reload them and resend the email.
v10.00b- Added options to Base64 encode the subject and/or the body of the message.
This option was added to handle non-ASCII characters in the subject or
When using these options you'll need to make sure that the CCSID and Code
Pages used are UTF-8 (1208). Any attachment, footer or external files must
have a code page of 1208 in order to work properly.
The parameters are B64SUBJ and B64MSG.
The configuration names are base64_encode_subject and base_64_encode_message.
Updated JSON parsing to use YAJL port.
Fixed wildcard attachment logging.
When using *ATT for the message body and a wildcard attachment in the first
attachment parameter the results may be unpredictable as to which file it
will use for the body. It's best to supply a fully qualified name on the
first parameter and any wildcards following.
Chaged CCSID and Code Page defaults from 819 to 1208.
SP160216 - Updated Base64 Encoding to use apr_base64_encode API
SP160217 - Fixed error when sending with *IBMSMTP when TO and FROM
were different lengths.
SP160218 - Fixed bug when adding attachments and specifying a
name for the attached. Was not using the name.
SP160219 - Fixed bug when sending attachments the first attachment
name would be *ATT instead of the file name if an
actual filename wasn't provided.
SP160331 - Added subsetting by Sender Domain in MTPLUSLOG command.
SP160404 - Fixed issue with non US code pages where the email would be
corrupt in some cases using special characters.
SP160408 - Fixed issue when using Distribution Lists when a CC was before
TO in the file. Caused a display issue with the headers.
SP160411 - Fixed issue when using wildcard attachements and the default
no attachment file (noattdft.txt) didn't exit. An extra
boundary marker would be put in the email causing some
clients to show an extra attachment (sometimes named
att00001.txt or something similar).
SP160507 - Fixed bug when using OAUTH 2.0 and Outlook.com service.
SP160509 - Fixed issue when using OAUTH 2.0 and CCSID 1208.
v10.10 - Added Send With (SENDWITH) option to specify *G4MSMAIL in order to send
the email using the Microsoft Office 365 Mail API using OAuth 2.0.
This option requires that the G4MS software (www.bvstools.com/g4ms.html)
is installed an the G4MSMAIL addon is licensed.
Note: Not all MAILTOOL parameters will affect the email when sending mail
using the *G4MSMAIL option. If there is a parameter not working that
you wish to use, contact us and we will see if it's possible to add.
v10.20 - Added logging to MLTLOGPF, MLTLOGDPF and MLTLOGAPF when using the
Fixed bug when using SENDWITH(*G4MSMAIL) and MESSAGE(*ATT). If the first
attachment was blank, but the 2nd wasn't (which was intended to be
the body) it would throw an error. Now it will use the first non-blank
attachment as the body.
Changed use of YAJLR4 service program to use bindy by copy instead.
Added Send With Type to MLTLOGPF file to see which method an email was
Created command MTMRESEND command which is similar to the MTPRESEND command.
This command allows you to enter a Microsoft ID or the value *ALL in order
to resend emails in error that were sent with SENDWITH(*G4MSMAIL).
Created MTG4MSLOG command in order to view and optionally delete or resend
individual emails that were in error and sent with SENDWITH(*G4MSMAIL).
Changed requirement of G4MS from v3.00 to v3.10.
SP160615 - Updated F.MAILTOOL service program to use YAJLR4 as a module
(bind by copy) instead of service program
SP160616 - Fixed bug when sending with G4MSMAIL and specifying *ATT for
the message. The email was using the 2nd attachment instead
of the first for the body.
v10.30 - Updated applciation so SENDWITH(*IBMSMTP) will use distribution lists
in MAILTOOL (MLTDSTL) just like when using MAILTOOL Plus.
v10.40 - Updated to work with G4G v10.20.
v10.41 - Updated to work with G4MS v4.10.
SP161026b - Updated so that MAILTOOL can be run in "test" mode. When in
"test" mode no emails will be sent.
To go into test mode create a data area named MLTMODEDA with a
length of 10 and a value of *TEST. This data area does not
need to reside in the MAILTOOL library.
v10.50 - Updated with the option to turn strict SSL off. The data area
named MLTSSL01DA contains the value *YES or *NO depending if
you want to ignore most SSL Handshake errors or not.
SP170112 - Updated so when sending with G4MSMAIL it will process any
distribution lists specified in any of the recipient
v10.60 - Updated MLTUPDATE so it will use the new library name instead of MAILTOOL
(in case the library is NOT MAILTOOL).
Updated option when sending with *G4MSMAIL option that you can now use a
G4MSMAIL configuration file. Any settings in the configuration file will
override any of the paramter values.
Updated MTPRESEND command. Added a PROMPT(*YES|*NO) parameter so you can
bypass the prompt when resending emails. Default is *YES so that it acts
like it normally did.
SP170427 - Bug when binding to local IP address. Fixed.
SP170428 - Incresed max size of authorization user and password fields
from 64 to 256 bytes.
SP170520b - Added option on MTPLUSLOG command to display email messages
with errors only.
SP170602 - When an email would be sent with MAILRTR(*NONE) and there were
no MX records to be found for the recipient the FROM address
in the MTPLOGHPF file would be blank. Fixed.
10.80 - Updated to latest YAJL objects.
Renamed YAJL type *SRVPGM to YAJLBVS so it won't interfere with any other
versions of YAJL that may be installed.
Changed default value of MLTSSL01DA from *YES to *NO so that strict SSL is
off by default.
v10.81 - Updated to work with G4G v11.00 and higher.
v10.82 - Added Return email and name so the Return-Path can be set for each email.
v10.85 - Added Bad Address Action (BADADDACT) paramter on the MAILTOOL command as well
as bad_address_action settable variable to the ILE functions.
The value of *DFT for these will use the value in the MLTBADAA data
area (which defaults to *WARN).
The value of *WARN will issue a warning about a bad email address
or invalid or empty distribution list.
The value of *FAIL will issue an error and stop processing if an
invalid email address or invalid or empty distribution list is
SP180831 - Added option to use *USER for the From Address when specifying
*G4MSMAIL as the send with server type and using Office 365
to send the email
SP181106 - Changed MLTDSTL to allow mixed case for distribution list name
since distribution lists are case sensitive.
Added F12 to Entry List Maintenance screen.
Updated MLTDSTL so when you're working with an entry and finish
you will be positioned to the last entry worked with.
Updated MLTDSTL so when you add a new entry the cursor will be
placed on the record just added.
v10.90 - Updated MTPLUSLOG and MTPRESEND commands so if an invalid configuration file
is entered processing would stop and not remove the entries in the log.
Added command MTPREBUILD which can be used to rebuild the MAILTOOL error
log in the case that there is an issue with resending and new entries
aren't placed in the log file. This will only work if the MIME files in
the IFS still exist in the /tmp directory with the basic naming format.
Before using this option, please feel free to contact use with questions.