I am for one reason or another having to manually set a crontab in my Media Temple (dv) server pointing to wp-cron.php to get it to actually run my daily cron jobs and is an issue for another discussion.
What I'm really wondering is if there is a way to stop wp-super-cache from even ever looking or trying to check if it's a page it should be caching? I added it to the do not cache pages but I still receive an hourly email from my cron job with the results saying
<!-- Page not cached by WP Super Cache. No closing HTML tag. Check your theme. -->
The cron job runs and tasks are updated hourly like they should be but my inbox is filling up fast with this unnecessary email.
Is there a .htaccess rule or something I can add to stop this? I know the issue is with wp-super-cache, and not because of the text in the email, I checked it by turning of the plugin and testing the cron and there wasn't an email sent out, so it's obviously some setting somewhere that I can change or fix in the plugin to stop it.