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Posted on 2007-10-01
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Hello,

How I can remove an email address from Logwatch and UPALERT
because I receive an email from ex-user this the header
Subject:Logwatch for (servername)
from : root<root@ (servername)>
date: tody is date
to : root@(servername)

Thanks for your help
 
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check /etc/logwatch
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or /etc/log.d/conf/logwatch.conf
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by:usmbay
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no nothing there
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by:ckhsu1977
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the email address or the logwatch config file?
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both,
I found it at etc/aliases
Thanks
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