Check your default mail account. Yours should be email@example.com. It will show you the problems with your cron jobs.
Oh thanks, I figured out the problem. And I discovered that I have 500 back cron job emails.... lol
I just found another problem. All the emails form the cron jobs (after I have fixed them) say something like:
Why does it say permission denied?
Is that URL correct? I believe it should just be:
Try it with that, maybe it will change it. If not, I am not sure. You'll have to wait for somebody else.
I have my own domain so it is long like that.
try using this in front of the command:
Cron is like windows task manager. It executes a command, like on a command line. Normally this is an OS command (like mv or cd) or a path to a file with commands (batch file/executable/script). In your case you're trying to make it execute a php file, which needs to be done with PHP (since it's not a script full of command line commands). By prefixing it with the above command you make the OS open /usr/bin/php (the php program) and with that execute the php file.
Instead of adding the command to the cron you can also add it to the script.
Adding this will make the OS open the rest of the file with the PHP program (I learned this from this post: http://www.frihost.com/forums/vt-95772.html#798273).
The PHP script might be on a different location on the frihost server. If this doesn't work you should take a look at the phpinfo page.
Oh okay. Thanks.
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