On (24/11/04 10:11), David Baron wrote:
> On Tuesday 23 November 2004 14:57, email@example.com
> >> I think the best way is to change the file /etc/aliases. A few lines
> > >from that file on my system:
> > >* * *
> > >mail: root
> >I have this line there.
> >I added cron: root so will see what happens with that.
> Did not help. Actually, cron may run some stuff as "nobody". Maybe
> nobody: root
I may be way off line here 'cos I haven't saved the thread but recall
it is to do with seeing messages from exim itself? Have you tried
dpkg-reconfigure exim4? It gives you a chance to forward root messages
to a user.
Apologies if I've misunderstood.
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