I see what the problem is I don’t think I’m getting new emails about this issue Gmail is just saying that it can’t deliver the message since freepbx is trying to send it to a non-existent email [email protected]
I set up a different email in System Admin pro Notifications Settings so I have no clue why freepbx is trying to send to [email protected]
It isn’t FreePBX that is doing this, it is the OS. It will actually just be mailing it to the local user that owns the crontab, i.e. asterisk, and the system mail program is adding the domain name and trying to delivery using Gmail. On simple systems, it would have just ended up in /var/spool/mail/asterisk.
Getting FreePBX systems to send mail addressed to local users, to a completely different email address is discussed in: