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SNDDST - Parameters from CC1 bleeing into the To field

SNDDST - Parameters from CC1 bleeing into the To field

SNDDST - Parameters from CC1 bleeing into the To field

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I have a program that populates values that are then passed to a CL for the purpose of using the SNDDST command. The value in the "To" field will be swolf16@jh.edu, but when the program retrieves the value for the CC1 field, we will say it is xxx@jh.edu, the value in the To field changes to
'SWOLF16@JH.EDU XXXXXXXXXXX@XX.ed' it isn't the whole email address, but it does cut off the "U" from ".edu". My specs for the email fields are:
D SENDMAIL2 PR extpgm('SENDMAIL2')
D To_ 50
D CC1_ 50
D CC2_ 50
D BCC_ 50
D SUB_ 60
D MSG_ 5000

Running OS V7.3


In the past this has been an issue with parameter definitions, but I can't figure this out. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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