On Fri, 8 Sep 2000, McAuley, Tim wrote:
> very easy... just add a .forward in root's home directory to send the email
> to the specified address which is hosted by the MDaemon server.
or put it in /etc/aliases
> You may also be able to forward the mail by editing /etc/aliases, but
> editing the .forward file works grand.
'cept .forward files are a much bigger security risk than aliases. (ok
in this case the .forward file is owned by root, so it's a moot point,
but in general - use aliases rather than .forward, unless you're a
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