You know how you never discover your backup is bad until you're in
I accidentally overwrote by /etc/aliases file. Now, it wasn't very
complicated, and I was able to create a reasonable facsimile by getting
/etc/aliases from another machine I administer (since the backup was bad)
and modifying it a bit. But I want to make sure it's correct. I haven't
run newaliases so my old aliases are still in place.
Is there a way to find out what aliases are on a machine without
consulting /etc/aliases? Ideally, I'd love something that works like
crontab -l does, but any port in a storm.
I'm running sendmail 8.9.1 under IRIX 6.5.8, and I've groveled over FAQs
and the man page to no avail. If you have an answer, please email me.
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