10.5.18. ServerAdmin

Sets the ServerAdmin directive to the email address of the Web server administrator. This email address shows up in error messages on server-generated Web pages, so users can report a problem by sending email to the server administrator.
By default, ServerAdmin is set to root@localhost.
A common way to set up ServerAdmin is to set it to webmaster@example.com. Once set, alias webmaster to the person responsible for the Web server in /etc/aliases and run /usr/bin/newaliases.