Hi
I always used the following structure on ASA9:

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CALL xp_startsmtp('My Name<myname@domain.com>','localhost' );
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But on SA12 it don't works (error 104) ! .... only works the semplified version (without angle bracket):

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CALL xp_startsmtp('myname@domain.com','localhost' );
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Any suggestions ?

asked 28 Dec '12, 04:03

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edited 28 Dec '12, 04:53

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Since you are using v9 so far, you seem to be faced with changed behaviour in newer versions:

AFAIK, xp_start_smtp() has been enhanced in v10 to include a bunch of additional parameters, and one of them is "smtp_sender_name". So I guess you can use "smtp_sender_name = My Name" to add the desired alias for the e-mail address, something like:

CALL xp_startsmtp( smtp_sender = 'myname@domain.com',
                   smtp_server = 'localhost',
                   smtp_sender_name = 'My Name' );
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