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Autoforward incoming mail

Posted on 2000-04-03
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Hi,

I want that all mail that is send to root@my_redhat6_linuxbox is automatically forwarded to another email adress. The alternative adress is reachable from the system.

I just need the file I need to specify it (a hidden file in root Home directory, can't remember its name)

Thanks,
Uli
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2nd try

 .forward

strange I see no . In may answer.
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you should open an issue for that :-)

I'll try
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worked. Thanks.
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