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Old 11-23-2004
forward root mail

how can i forward roots mail, i want every mail fowarded
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Old 11-23-2004
Either set up an alias on the server, or create a .forward file in root's home directory (aliases are suggested as the better way of doing it).

vi /etc/mail/aliases
add a line such as:
root: myemail@mydomain.com

Then run the newaliases command. Check the man page for newaliases and aliases.
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