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SCOT email configuration

I configured SCOT for sending mail from SAP ..can anybody me tell how to test it out whether its working(sending mails) correctly or not

Any test method?

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    Posted on Jun 23, 2008 at 12:25 PM

    Hi,

    1)SCOT >utilities >Routing test-->Enter the recepient address and recepient type(eg:-INT).

    Then click on ROUTES-->explain.

    It should give three green colour icons.

    2)Make sure the e-mail address is added to the user sending the e-mail in SU01.

    3)You can send a message via System Status-->short message (or SO01).

    4)You can view status of the message using the tcode SOST.

    Hope this helps .

    Regards,Prasanna

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      I am facing the similar problem. Here my requirement is i need to send email's from SAP to external address like gmail,yahoomail etc. iam able to send emails to Lotus notes which is configured in our company.

      I have tried doing like this :

      1)SCOT >utilities >Routing test-->Enter the recepient address and recepient type(eg:-INT).

      Then click on ROUTES-->explain.

      It should give three green colour icons.

      I get all the three colurs. But when iam trying to send a new message through SO01 iam getting the following error :

      Internal error: SO_OBJECT_MIME_GET Exception: 2. i have changed the respective userid with yahoomail address.

      Immediate reply will be really apprecaited.

      Thanks in advance

  • Posted on Jun 22, 2008 at 07:49 PM

    send an email via SO01 to e. g. your external mail and check if it works 😊

    Markus

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