If you are receiving emails from your Plesk server from drweb@domain or the following:
I'm afraid I wasn't able to deliver your message to the following addresses.
This is because the cron tab is sending messages to an email account that doesn’t exist. There are 3 options to fix this:
1. setup the email account firstname.lastname@example.org, then you can manage the messages properly
2. change where the message is being sent:
Log in to Plesk, Click on Home/Scheduled Tasks, then select the user you are receiving message from. E.g. if you are receiving emails stating that email@example.com is failed, then go to the drweb user, click preferences and change the email address to something that exists.
3. Switch off the messages, find the cron job that is sending the message and output it to null
e.g. the drweb@domain message is being sent from the drweb update job: /etc/cron.d/drweb-update, change it to this:
*/30 * * * * drweb /opt/drweb/update.pl >/dev/null 2>&1
It is not possible to switch off these messages.
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