Type "crontab -e" at the prompt to modify your cron tasks. You will see something like this:
(blank space, this is where you make your entry)
^G Get Help^O WriteOutetc.
^X Exit ^R Read File etc.
You are automatically taken into "entry" mode, so you can enter your cron line now, as follows:
- Replace example.com/mail with your domain and correct path to ListMailPRO.
- Replace YourDailyPass with your Dailymail Password, set in the Configuration menu.
Hit CTRL-O to write the file.
Note: The cron line must *not* be word-wrapped. Pico automatically wraps lines of text so expand the SSH client window as much as possible horizontally before entering your task. Alternately, you can use the following keystrokes (more than once, if necessary) to beat the system and un-wrap the lines. After moving the cursor to line 1: END, CTRL-D, Space, Up Arrow, END, CTRL-D.
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