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>> Colm Buckley wrote:
>>>> In general, "mail" - but it's probably better to arrange to have it
>> forwarded to your principal mail address. Depending on how your
>> system's mail agent is set up, this could be as simple as putting a
>> file called .forward into your home directory containing your "proper"
>> email address.
>>>>>> Thanks Paul, Colm managed to read it.
>> I use Postfix and Thunderbird.
>> I just create a file with me at me.com in it?
I would simply add a redirection to /etc/aliases, then run newaliases
afterwards to activate it.
You may (or may not) have additional config to do.
I normally just redirect all root's mail to my normal account login.
That way I get the new mail (most of it is junk) upon login.
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