regarding my question here: remote smtp with local failover I need to setup two exim on the same server, both listening on localhost. I evaluated using nullmailer and exim, but Debian wont allow to ...
I'm getting crazy. Cron bombs me with e-mails, even if I set a nullstring as e-mail address and pipe the output to /dev/null. Currently my crontab looks like this MAILTO="" # m h dom mon dow ...
nullmailer logs when a message is sent out, but includes no information like the to-addresses, subject lines, which machine it's sending to, etc.. I can't find any documentation about how to change ...
When testing the following rewrite rule (Located in /etc/exim4/conf.d/rewrite/31_exim4-config_rewriting) *@*.hidden $email@example.com fsrF The test results are as expected xeross@Mainframe:~$ sudo ...
I use remote SMTP via nullmailer and it requires set From field to the specific name, but cron set it as firstname.lastname@example.org. How could I change it to something like email@example.com?