[GE users] Getting email to the right place

Rayson Ho raysonho at eseenet.com
Wed Feb 16 17:06:37 GMT 2005

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% qconf -mconf

Then point the "mailer" to a wrapper script.

In the script, do whatever preprocessing you want (change/append the domain
name for example), and then call the real mailer (usually /bin/mail).


>I would like to be able to write my job script so that it will send
>email to the user who submitted the job when the job completes.  This
>seems easy, but I would like the email to go to dgruhn at ourdomain.com
>rather than dgruhn at localhost (which is the defaul), because the first
>will end up in the users general emailbox while the latter will end up
>in a mailbox on the local machine.  I do know that the local machines
>can be configured to forward the email to the domain, but I will be
>supporting location outside of my control for this.
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