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Bandwidth Warnings Go To Which E-mail Address?


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I saw this on the cpanel forums:

 

"By default the server notifications for bandwidth and disk usage go to 'admin@domain.com'. Unless the user has configured the catch-all to fail or blackhole, and hasn't created an actual 'admin' email account, the notices will go to their admin catch-all account."

 

I'm just wondering where you guys send the warnings.

 

I usually monitor my usage, but if I can't do that one week and by some freak accident go over, I'd like to know where the warning e-mail goes.

 

I think I've failed both admin and catch-all, so you can understand my concern.

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Hi,

    even Cpanel recommends users to set up the contact info and if iam not mistaken that should be an alternate id Other than domain name you are dealing with.

Yes, it should not be an address on your site or that server.

This is the one place I can trust with one of my IPS addys

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