Managing system mail
I'm posting to solicit your ideas and strategies for managing system mail.
On my FreeBSD servers, I get the usual mail from the periodic scripts, plus mail from a few processes that I run.
On my RHEL servers, I get the usual mail from logwatch and a few other processes.
As the number of servers grows, logging in to each every Monday morning to read through all the system mail has become a bit of a chore. (Maybe a necessary chore, but I'm wondering if there isn't a more clever approach.)
Possibilities I've entertained:
Anyone care to share their ideas / strategies on this?
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