On 1/14/2011 9:53 PM, Nilesh Govindarajan wrote:
> On 01/15/2011 06:21 AM, Mesut GULNAZ wrote:
>> is it possible to see which php file(s) is/are sending emails on my server
>> by php.ini or with any other way?
>> coz i have a server and i have many domains and subdomains. on my smtp
>> systems i saw that many random mails are being sent from www server which
>> has RELAY permission. I know i must not give RELAY (i can use SMTP-AUTH) but
>> some kind of issues i have to give it.
>> so i have to find the domain or subdomain and the file or files which send
>> this emails.
>> how can i solve this issue?
>> my system ise freebsd.
> grep -l mail $(find -name *.php)
> There can be nothing more simpler than this!!!
> Seriously man, you need to revise your sysadmin skills!
Um, I use OpenBSD and that command gives me an error or two...
$ grep -l mail $(find -name *.php)
find: unknown option -- n
find: unknown option -- a
find: unknown option -- m
find: unknown option -- e
$ grep -l mail $(find ./ -name "*.php")
Output a big long list of files...
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