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Sending emails to /dev/null

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by Nugar, Mar 30, 2002.

  1. Nugar

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    Hi all,

    I want to send some unwanted emails to /dev/null.

    Can this be done via de WHM? I tried to read the docs, but it only says: Documentation is currently being revised for upcoming cPanel 4.8 release and will be avalible very shortly

    So how do I do it? Do I just enter /dev/null in the textbox?

    Or if I have to edit valiases where are them? I looked under /etc/mail and /var/mail even /root/mail (This is my first linux server, I usually do solaris, so I'm quite lost here :( )

    Thanks in advance,
     
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  2. bdraco

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    [quote:a21db31e58][i:a21db31e58]Originally posted by Nugar[/i:a21db31e58]

    Hi all,

    I want to send some unwanted emails to /dev/null.

    Can this be done via de WHM? I tried to read the docs, but it only says: Documentation is currently being revised for upcoming cPanel 4.8 release and will be avalible very shortly

    So how do I do it? Do I just enter /dev/null in the textbox?

    Or if I have to edit valiases where are them? I looked under /etc/mail and /var/mail even /root/mail (This is my first linux server, I usually do solaris, so I'm quite lost here :( )

    Thanks in advance,

    [/quote:a21db31e58]


    Just send them to

    :blackhole:

    Exim will discard them.
     
  3. Nugar

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    Thanks, I'll do so

    Nugar
     
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