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cPanel is sending and receiving some mails! ???

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Mjo123, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. Mjo123

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    My cpanel is sending and receiving some mails, i can see them in Horde or something...

    this is mail:

    Subject:
    Cron <mycpanelname@cp1> cd /home/mycpanelname/public_html/social/periodic; /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/bin/php -q cron.php

    Mail:

    /bin/sh: line 0: cd: /home/mycpanelname/public_html/social/periodic: No such file or directory
    Could not open input file: cron.php


    That social folder doesent exist! Can someone help me what to do? -.-

    Edit:

    I am not using WHM, i just use CPanel packet... My host said me it's some problem im some of my scripts, but i moved and deleted all of them!
     
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    Have you checked the Cronjobs via your cPanel? Assuming this social thing created, or had you create a cron on setup, and you removed the social thing and forgot to remove the cron for it to run, I'd look there.
     
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    How do i check Cronjobs?
     
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    In your cPanel, find the Advanced section at bottom of page, Click Cron Jobs. Do you see any cron jobs listed here?
     
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    That fixed it :) Thanks!
     
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    Good news then! :)
     
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