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Re: Help Getting Root's email to recipient

Am Mo, den 18.04.2005 schrieb Claude Jones um 1:01:

> I'm not sure what an MTA is, but I'll keep this post to refer back to another 
> day.  Logwatching is not something I've really delved into much, yet, except 
> to look at my firewall logs regularly. 

MTA stands for Mail Transfer (some say Transmission) Agent:


> > You say you don't get any mail any longer or just those from your
> > cronjob which runs every 5 minutes? Check your maillog if you miss
> > mails.
> >
> Mail services are working perfectly. The mail from my Hotmail account arrives 
> just like before - all my regular pop accounts are working perfectly. The 
> only thing that has stopped are those annoying 'activity reports' from the 
> cronjob. 

Isn't that what the ambition of out exercise course was? :-)

> Claude Jones


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