So every once in a while I get a notice in my term that I've got mail. WHERE is this mythical mail?! /var/mail -Nope, /var/spool/mail -Nope, mbox in home? -Nope...WHERE IS THIS MAIL! heh
What config is being loaded to check the mail in the term? Where is it checking? I can't find anything in my various rc files, grep has turned up nothing trying to find files that might have @localhost or something in them.
Yeah I'd wager it's email from cron or SMART but again, there is no mail anywhere that is "normal" to me to be found. I read that post and tons others explicitly trying to find if there was some major difference between debian to arch for where mail is stored. I found one arch article that said use mail from the mailtools. The bin "mail" doesn't exist (nor is it in mailutils). Even if it did where would it look that I haven't already? I had hoped there was a path someone could give me that I could just cat the file...or delete it so the message goes away heh.
The explicit message says You have mail in /home/#user# but WHERE? What file? What is checking this to relay the message? I can't find anything in my .bashrc .profile /etc/profile...this is like a ghost!