Re: sending email to all users [was Re: mutt+exim not working]
"Chad A. Adlawan" wrote:
>> >ow btw, how do u send email to all users in ur system w/o having to type
>> >their user names ? i use exim also ...
>> Subscribe them to an announce-only mailing list that you would run.
> i think i remember our sysadmin used to do this, i think what he did was
>send email to email@example.com (or something of that sort) for reall
>important announcements and bingo, all users on our.domain.com will get that
> what if i have some really important announcements to make and i have a
>hundred++ users, how do i send an email w/ the same content to all of them a
>at once w/o typing all their user names ?
The normal way of doing this is to define an alias (such as firstname.lastname@example.org). In sendmail, the file is /etc/aliases.
I don't know whether it's the same in exim.
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