Chealion Chealion Thanks for the tip.
Turns out a CRON is mailing me Deleted with command: See this question. Where is this default text located on Mac OS X? I'd like to leave it active but change the message. How can I disable only notifications without losing emails? Type mail to view the mail. I believe d deletes it.
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Gren Gren 6 9. Mail itself won't. There are several ways to remove it. The simplest is: Akhil Akhil 99 1 1. That wipes out the received mail for that user. I'm willing to bet it's because there are files in that folder. From the terminal: EvilChookie EvilChookie 4, 1 20 Welcome to SuperUser.
This answer would be even better if you edit it to provide some explanation as to why your solution addresses the OPs question. BinaryMisfit BinaryMisfit I was able to just create a. Brajeshwar Brajeshwar 1. Type mail: You can read by typing its number ID.
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You can also directly delete it or even multiple mails by typing d being the range of your new mails' IDs. Leave mail with x. It specifies the interval in seconds between checks for new mail, a zero turns off the checks completely. So just put this into your zsh configuration file:.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I'm using zsh with prezto as my shell with iTerm as terminal app. How can I get rid of this message? So just put this into your zsh configuration file: Nice find.
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So you feel like trashing the contents of your mailbox is a good idea? Do you also do this in real live? Well the mail in question was more a mistake by a local server.