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SNDNETSPLF for multiple spoolfiles, same user

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If I have several spoolfiles that I would like to send to the same user, how can I do that, using the option 1 on the WRKSPLF screen.  Is there a certain way to specify parms on the command line after placing a 1 next to each spool file ?
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Type a 1 next to each spool file and then on the command line:

tousrid((userid location))

This will send all of the spool files that contain a 1 to the id from the command line.

The userid and location are the two parts that make up a directory entry. Attached to the directory entry is a user profile, which the spool file will get sent to.



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Thank you very much.  I've wondered this one for a long time.
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