[rt-users] Is there a way to get RT not to reply to certain addresses?

Rick Rezinas rick.rezinas at qsent.com
Wed Jul 31 13:27:24 EDT 2002


you could easily setup a queue to not reply to requestors/watchers.
That would work if the queue it's emailing is just for that purpose
(sounds like tracking notifications).   Go and modify the scrips for
that queue.  Otherwise I'm not sure, it depends on your need for the
queue.  You may be able to tweak your mailserver also, but that's never
any fun ;)

rick

On Wed, 31 Jul 2002, Glenn Sieb wrote:

> For instance, if I set up my backup system to email an RT queue, I don't 
> want RT to send that email address anything. Same for users like root, and 
> such...
> 
> If this is an RTFM, I apologize, but I haven't run across this before...
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> Glenn
> 
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