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I install arpwatch from port in OpenBSD 4.4 , How I config and how I say to arpwatch send me email ?
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I install arpwatch from port in OpenBSD 4.4 , How I config and how I say to arpwatch send me email ?
Have you read the manpage?

I'm not at a OpenBSD system at the moment to confirm, but the Linux manpage states:
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 If the -e flag is used, arpwatch  sends  e-mail  messages  to  username
       rather than the default (root).  If a single ‘-’ character is given for
       the username, sending of e-mail is suppressed, but logging  via  syslog
       is  still  done  as usual.  (This can be useful during initial runs, to
       collect data without being flooded with messages about new stations.)
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