rolinger

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I can't recall where this setting is.

Emails that are going to [email protected] are redirected to [email protected] email address. But I can't find where that forwarder is at because I want to change the forwarder address from [email protected] to [email protected]

The emails are related to CSF alerts and SSH/Login alerts etc. I have checked multiple locations and can't find where the forwarder (or config for) [email protected] is at.

In addition, if different, I need to find where the forwarder for cPanel Monitoring is for " [email protected]" is at - it too is also being forwarded to [email protected]. I have checked cPanel email forwarders but nothing exists there.
 

rolinger

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As well. I am getting emails from [email protected] for server processes that exceed time/resources/killed etc. What setting is this and where can I change it.

I really only want alerts for logins/blocked IPs/cpHulk brute force - security stuff.

Thanks.
 

cPanelLauren

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You can change where root's emails are forwarded to by going to WHM>>Server Contacts>>Edit System Mail Preferences

You can also change the priority of certain notifications to a lower priority than email at WHM>>Server Contacts>>Contact Manager
 

rolinger

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@cPanelLauren - I just found the "edti system mail preferences" like 30 min before your response. Thanks.

Also, Is there a way to stop getting lfd alerts on every single thing? Especially alerts for "Excessive resource usage" - I am getting tons of these emails?

Thanks.
 
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cPanelLauren

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That's specific to CSF/LFD but the emails are sent to "root" so wherever you change where root's email is forwarded to that email address will receive those as well. The excessive resource usage emails are usually something like Excessive Resource Usage - PT USERTIME and in LFD's configuration, you can choose to ignore all of these or known false positives. Once you have that tweaked accurately it can be a useful tool