This blog focusses on SAP mail sending tips and tricks.
Questions that will be answererd are:
- How can I add a disclosure to the mails I send form non-productive systems?
- How do I restrict access to transaction SOST?
Adding disclosure from to mails from development and test systems
If you want to send mails from development and test systems, but don’t want any risk that it looks like a productive mail, you can add a disclosure to the mail.
In SOST mail settings goto the disclosure function:
Or you can go directly there using the SODIS transaction.
In SODIS you key in the disclosure text:
If you want you can test for any mail address if the disclosure will be shown or not by using the Routing Test function:
When sending mails from the SAP system the receiver now gets the disclosure. The real mail is pushed as text in the attachment of the mail. You need to open the attachment to see the body of the text. Hyperlinks in the body will still work.
Restricting access to SOST transaction: give SOSG access
As admin you might want to restrict access to SOST transaction. This transcation is also often used by fucntional consultants to see if their mail is sent or not. When having access to SOST all functions like deletion and stopping of mails is also granted. What you can do is fully restrict access to SOST and grant the functional consultants access to transaction SOSG to display the mail status. It looks same as SOST, but has additional authorization checks. See also OSS note 2351372 – User access to transactions SOST, SOSV, SOSG and SOSB.