I need technical support


Login or Register to Reply

 
Thread Tools
# 1  
I need technical support

I need to create script to send mail to different group mail is like abc@gmail.com is group name and this group having 10 members. so how i can add the name of group and it resolve the members email id from the group and send mail automatically? how to do it by unix cmds. please help me

here in export mailto= currently i am using different mail ids but i need to use group of mail ids in that place like mailto=abc@gmail.com.

For using this group is there any need to do changes in permission of group and how.
please let me know
Code:
-----------------------------------------------------------
rm /base/app/etl/work/base_Disk_Space_Tuot.csv;
df -k /base/app/ > /base/app/etl/work/base_Disk_Space_Tuot.csv; 
export MAILFROM="hema@gmail.com"
export MAILTO="hemae@gmail.com hema.bhure@gmail.com"
export SUBJECT="Attached Report For base_Total_Disk_Space_Utilization"
export BODY=""
export ATTACH="/base/app/etl/work/base_Disk_Space_Tuot.csv"
export MAILPART=`uuidgen` ## Generates Unique ID
export MAILPART_BODY=`uuidgen` ## Generates Unique ID
(
 echo "From: $MAILFROM"
 echo "To: $MAILTO"
 echo "Subject: $SUBJECT"
 echo "Hello Team,
 
Please find attached file for TOTAL SPACE FOR app!!!! 

Thanks&Regards,
 hhh
 
 --------------- This is automated mail. Please do not reply to this mail------------------"
 
uuencode $ATTACH $(basename  $ATTACH)
 echo "--$MAILPART--"
) | /usr/sbin/sendmail $MAILTO

Unregistered
# 2  
Please note in the future we we create a new area on the site where unregistered users can post technical questions.

However, this particular forum is for user registration and other support questions related to the use of the forums.
Login or Register to Reply

|
Thread Tools

Linux and UNIX

Linux is a family of open source Unix-like operating systems based on the Linux kernel. The Linux kernel is an operating system kernel first released by Linus Torvalds on 17 September 1991. Linux distributions include the Linux kernel, system software and libraries. Popular free open source Linux distributions include Debian, Fedora, and Ubuntu. Commercial Linux distributions include Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Linux may be freely modified and redistributed. Anyone on the planet may create a Linux distribution for any purpose.
Unix (trademarked as the UNIX certification mark) is a very mature family of multitasking, multiuser computer operating systems that evolved from the original AT&T Unix. Unix development starting in the 1970s by legendary Bell Labs programmers Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, and others. Unix was first targeted for the Bell System and AT&T licensed Unix to outside parties. In the 1970s time period, this lead to a variety of for-profit as well as not-for-profit Unix variants.
In the early days, this included the University of California, Berkeley (BSD), Microsoft (Xenix), IBM (AIX), and Sun Microsystems (Solaris). In the early 1990s, AT&T sold their Unix rights to Novell. In 1995 Novell sold their Unix business to the Santa Cruz Operation (SCO). The UNIX trademark was passed to The Open Group, a "neutral" industry consortium. The Open Group promoted the use of the UNIX trademark for certified operating systems that comply with the Single UNIX Specification (SUS). In 2014 Apple's macOS became the Unix version with the largest global install base and macOS remains the largest Unix-user base today.
Please enjoy and help our forum community by "showing your work" and posting your code, even when your code is not working as expected. To help others help you, please wrap your code blocks, sample input, sample output, error messages, and other data in CODE tags and wrap your short commands and short data objects in ICODE tags. We were all beginners in the beginning. If you have any questions about how to register or how to post, please contact us in Live Chat. Thank you and enjoy this "forever free" technical support community for UNIX, Linux and computer information technology in general.