Redmond Militante <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> hi all
> i have a general question, probably no big deal. a while ago, i edited /etc/aliases
> and did 'new aliases', so that root's email account now points to one of my email
> accounts - i have logcheck set up as a cron job every fifteen minutes to notify me
> of unusual system events.
> ever since this happened, the great majority of emails to root have looked like
> Subject: my.hostname.com 08/19/03:14.00 system check
> X-UIDL: 4%\!![P/"!lU=!!4=N!!
> Unusual System Events
> Aug 19 13:45:01 chronicle sm-mta: h7JIj1ZT028345:
> +from=<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, size=1061, class=0, nrcpts=1,
> +msgid=<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, proto=ESMTP,
> +daemon=Daemon0, relay=localhost [127.0.0.1]
> Aug 19 13:45:01 chronicle sm-mta: h7JIj1ZT028345: [EMAIL PROTECTED],
> +ctladdr=<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> (0/0), delay=00:00:00, xdelay=00:00:00,
> +mailer=esmtp, pri=31400, relay=relay.my.mailserver [111.222.333.444], dsn=2.0.0,
> +stat=Sent (Mail accepted)
> can someone interpret this message for me? i'm guessing that it's telling me that
> it just forwarded root's mail to my regular email account, which would be normal
> behavior, but i'm not sure...
That's sure what it looks like.
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