Creating RFC Destinations for Mlunxsnd

The entries in this example refer to a fictitious network environment. You must adjust the entries to your environment. For more information on creating RFC destinations, see the documentation BC - RFC Programming.

General information

Field

Example entry

RFC destination

SIMG_Mlunxsnd

Connection type

T

Trace

 

Description

RFC destination for outgoing Internet messages

Language

 

Client

 

User

 

Password

 

Current user

 

Unencrypted password (2.0)

 

SAP gateway information

If the SAP Gateway is not running on the current application server, you must also specify (by choosing Destination ® Gateway options) the SAP Gateway via which the connection to the Internet Mail Gateway server should be made:

Field

Example entry

Gateway host

hs3333

Gateway service

sapgw00

Further information

If you support Secure Network Communications, you can activate this:

Field

Example entry

SNC

inactive

Further information varies depending on which activation type has been selected:

b) Start on an explicit host (recommended)

Field

Example entry

Program

/usr/sap/C11/SYS/exe/run/Mlunxsnd

Target machine

rz0233

Store as

IP address

Also choose Start on an explicit host if you want to start the SAP Internet Mail Gateway on the local application server. In this case, enter the local host name under Target system.

If you use the environment variable GWCONFIG, specify, under Program, the name of the shell script in which you set the variable.

a) Registration

Field

Example entry

Program ID

hs3333.mlunxsnd.c11001

In this case, you must register the program with the SAP Gateway.

After you have entered and saved the information, you can test the link .