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    Checking outgoing mail

    Is there a way to track outgoing mail that's sent from a Linux server? I'm running on Fedora 8 now, and would like to confirm and check mail that's being sent out by a PHP application.

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    Did you check mailserver's log file ? MailServer logging should not miss them. If you dont have phpsuexec enabled, search for [email protected] in the logs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeptical View Post
    Is there a way to track outgoing mail that's sent from a Linux server? I'm running on Fedora 8 now, and would like to confirm and check mail that's being sent out by a PHP application.
    Does your server have any control installed ? What mail server are you using?
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    I'm running Fedora 8 using the default Sendmail. SMTP isn't enabled, it's just sending out mail using PHP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeptical View Post
    I'm running Fedora 8 using the default Sendmail. SMTP isn't enabled, it's just sending out mail using PHP.
    If you just want a log of the mail, have the script write the mail to a file whenever it sends.
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