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1# Default aliases file, installed by Exim. This file contains no real aliases.
2# You should edit it to taste.
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5# The following alias is required by the mail RFCs 2821 and 2822.
6# Set it to the address of a HUMAN who deals with this system's mail problems.
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8# postmaster: someone@your.domain
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10# It is also common to set the following alias so that if anybody replies to a
11# bounce message from this host, the reply goes to the postmaster.
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13# mailer-daemon: postmaster
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16# You should also set up an alias for messages to root, because it is not
17# usually a good idea to deliver mail as root.
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19# root: postmaster
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21# It is a good idea to redirect any messages sent to system accounts so that
22# they don't just get ignored. Here are some common examples:
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24# bin: root
25# daemon: root
26# ftp: root
27# nobody: root
28# operator: root
29# uucp: root
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31# You should check your /etc/passwd for any others.
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34# Other commonly enountered aliases are:
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36# abuse: the person dealing with network and mail abuse
37# hostmaster: the person dealing with DNS problems
20f0f788 38# webmaster: the person dealing with your website
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