EHSPayne at angelwoodpines.org
Mon Jun 22 23:01:54 UTC 2009
Matthew Flaschen wrote:
> Emil Payne wrote:
>> Whenever I log into the main terminal (C-A-F1) as root, it tells me that
>> I have mail. I know how to read the mail, but it is a pain, especially
>> as I don't log in very often. Is there away to have it sent as email so
>> I can read it with all my other emails?
> I assume by "sent as email" you mean sent to your offsite email (i.e.
> EHSPayne at angelwoodpines.org). This is possible. What is sending the
> email, cron? If so, you can use cron's MAILTO variable. See man
> crontab (http://www.ss64.com/osx/crontab.html).
> Matt Flaschen
Ok, I set the MAILTO in /etc/crontab. Do I need to somehow reload that
file, such as restarting the computer? Or will it just check that file
as is from now on?
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