kevindescoubes at gmail.com
Mon Jul 9 09:14:04 MST 2007
I don't really understand what you are saying ...
In fact, i'm going to copy/paste a piece of my conf' file , and you will see
# Default person to mail reports to. Can be a local account or a
> # complete email address. Variable Print should be set to No to
> # enable mail feature.
> MailTo = kevindescoubes at gmail.com gdb237 at gmail.com
> tab.dambrinefr at laposte.net franck.deroche at gmail.com
> # WHen using option --multiemail, it is possible to specify a different
> # email recipient per host processed. For example, to send the report
> # for hostname host1 to user at example.com, use:
> #Mailto_host1 = user at example.com
> # Multiple recipients can be specified by separating them with a space.
> # Default person to mail reports from. Can be a local account or a
> # complete email address.
> MailFrom = logwatch at cyber116.fr
You can see that the Mailto is pretty well understood, as we all received
the logwatch, BUT, the MailFrom isn't treated well ...
I'm going to try with a "\" as you wrote, but i don't understand why it can
solve this problem.
On 7/9/07, Mike Tremaine <mgt at stellarcore.net> wrote:
> Kévin DESCOUBES wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > I have a little problem with Logwatch. I'm using it on a private
> > dedicated server, hosted at home.
> > I don't understand why I'm receiving logwatchs from "logwatch@" ,
> > without any host , whereas in my conf file, I put " logwatch at cyber116.fr
> > <mailto:logwatch at cyber116.fr>" (my domain).
> > Due to that, GMail and other webmails recognize logwatchs as spam, and I
> > have to search it in my spam every day ...
> > Any idea ?
> Try added a "\" in front of the @ in the config file. I'm sure perl is
> treating it as an array.
> So it should look like
> [Leave out the <mailto:logwatch at cyber116.fr> also]
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