chmod 644 /etc/mail/aliases
I tried that and checked the permissions on 
/etc/mail/aliases.db
but nothing works :( Any other ideas?

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Subject: Re: How To Change Email Addr?


At 09:53 AM 10/18/2007, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:?
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>newaliases is complaining permission denied, but it's owned by root and >I'm 
>in as root. What do??
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>TIA,?
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chmod 644 /etc/mail/aliases?
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? -Derek?
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