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Article ID: 107204

Article Last Modified on 10/30/2006



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Mail Gateway for IBM PROFS and OfficeVision 3.1
  • Microsoft Mail Gateway for IBM PROFS and OfficeVision 3.2
  • Microsoft Mail Gateway for IBM PROFS and OfficeVision 3.3



This article was previously published under Q107204

SUMMARY

PROFSIN.DAT FILE

When messages are sent through the Microsoft Mail Gateway to IBM PROFS and OfficeVision, a temporary file called PROFSIN.DAT is created on the LAN side of the Gateway. This is a text file that has been converted to EBCDIC; it is unreadable in the PC environment.

PROFSIN.CSI FILE

PROFSIN.DAT is transferred by way of the Gateway's 3270 emulator to the host environment, where it is renamed PROFSIN.CSI on the VMID's 191 A disk for the host side of the Gateway.

PROFSIN.CSI FORMAT

TO: PROFSNODE(USER1)
FROM: ADMIN GATENET/PROFS30
DATE: 02-03-93
TIME: 10:44
SUBJECT: Test Showing the PROFSIN CSI file
PRIORITY:
TOKEN: BORDER: 11
TEXT: 14

FROM: Administrator

TO: User1
DATE: 02-03-93

TIME: 10:36
CC:
SUBJECT: Test Showing the PROFSIN CSI file
PRIORITY:
ATTACHMENTS:



This is a test file. This is the format on the Host.


PROFSIN.CSI FIELDS

TO/FROM

The TO token on line 1 shows the VM destination; the FROM token on line 2 shows the MS mail sender.

TEXT

The TEXT token on line 8 shows the how many lines of text are in the message--the count begins on the first line after the TEXT token.

ATTACHMENTS

If there are attachments (this example has none) each has one ATTACHMENT token on the line preceding the TEXT token and containing the attachment's file name. Attachment information starts on the line following the TEXT portion of the message, and that is determined by the number of lines following the TEXT token. In the example above, that number is 14 so the attachment would begin on the 15th line after the TEXT token.


Additional query words: 3.10 3.1 3.20 3.2 3.30 3.3

Keywords: KB107204