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Mailx setup in Red Hat Enterprise

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Hi all,

I am writing a script to send results to an email recipient but the mail never arrives, I am assuming it is because there is no mailserver (etc) set-up?

I have tried the command echo "test" | mailx -s "test" user@domain.com to test.

Where can this be configured?

Thanks

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Thank you sir!

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