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I have been using mutt for my e-mail for quite some time now. I tried to install a bug-tracking system but it sends an e-mail confirmation for the login to the local user (i.e. root@localhost).

How can I have the local e-mail routed so I see it in my mutt inbox?

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Note that the specifics of the answer to this question depends on the MDA (e.g. procmail) and MTA (e.g. Exim, Postfix) you have installed, not the MUA (i.e. mutt). – Aristotle Pagaltzis Apr 27 '13 at 22:21

The solution is to add the file .forward on the home directory of root and add the other user name in the first line.

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