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accepted Why is `www-data` (Ubuntu / Apache user) listed in the `/etc/at.deny` file?
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comment Why is `www-data` (Ubuntu / Apache user) listed in the `/etc/at.deny` file?
@voretaq7 Good advice. But I'm new to python and didn't see a simple MTA interface. I'll look further.
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comment Why is `www-data` (Ubuntu / Apache user) listed in the `/etc/at.deny` file?
@voretaq7 The bigger question really is 'How can I retry sending an email from cgi script?' At present, a CGI script sends an email, on occasion that fails and we have traverse the logs to look for failures. Submitting an at job on email failure would lessen our burden.
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comment Why is `www-data` (Ubuntu / Apache user) listed in the `/etc/at.deny` file?
It is a one time cron. But I don't understand "i usually disable it, in favor of jenkins". What do you disable, and what is jenkins?
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