Looking for someone to simply check the attached script file which checks domain availability and is supposed to email me. I could not figure out where in the code it specifies what the email address is which it emails to. I currenly have been running this code via cron job as the following example: 9 9,15 * * * /usr/local/bin/chkwhois [url removed, login to view] This should hopefully email me as soon as the script notices that [url removed, login to view] is available (for example). I would also like to know how often this cron tab is set to run. I forget what 9 9,15 means. I would probably like to also know what cron would need to be set to have this script check once every 3 hours all day long and send an email confirmation each time it sees availability. I need to know how I can specify what the email address is that it emails when a domain is available as I think I need to change it. Currently, when I run this script it simply says: bash-2.05a# ./chkwhois [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view] is AVAILABLE I could have sworn that it is supposed to email me the results when a domain is available. If not, please re-write the script to do this.
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