I speak DOS/NT/Win32 now, of course. Before then, I spoke Unix for many
years, much better than most natives. But my first tongue was VMS. I was
never an expert, but some phrases, such as "set noon" (pronounced "set no
on"), will always be part of me...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "NAVAJO::HESTERMANS"@linus.mesaii.trw.com
> Sent: Wednesday, March 04, 1998 2:41 PM
> To: OPEN-VMS-SIG@decus.org
> Subject: re: Help with VMS MAIL
> VMS Mail can use a variety of transports, including DECnet and SMTP.
> Since you mentioned UCX, I'm assuming you are using SMTP transport
> for your internet mail.
> You might want to restart your UCX SMTP server. We have to do
> that often enough that we have a command file to do it.
> You may wish to use this as an example for your own system...
> Scott Hesterman
> $! SYS$SYSROOT:[UCX_SMTP]RESTART.COM
> $ set noon
> $ set proc/priv=all
> $ say := write sys$output
> $ say "Shutting down SMTP server..."
> $ @ sys$startup:ucx$smtp_shutdown
> $ say ""
> $ say "Submitting SMTP startup to batch..."
> tart.log -
> $ /que=sysbatch sys$startup:ucx$smtp_startup.com
> $ synch/entry='$entry
> $ mail nl: net_managers /subj="Restarted UCX SMTP server"
> $ say "Startup completed."
> $ exit