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Capturing output of 'at'

How can I log the output of a command executed by at? This command is actually being exec()'d by PHP as in: <?php exec('echo "curl -k https://localhost/projekt/crons/purge/5" | at now + 5 ...
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at Command output is not uniform across versions and operating systems. Any other way of doing this?

I have written a small PHP script to wrap the at command on Ubuntu. Now I need to get the same code running on a Redhat server. Of course the output when adding and listing jobs is of course ...