[rt-users] Configure Fetchmail to create tickets
simpsongeorge68 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 28 14:24:35 EDT 2010
Thanks for the reply!
I am really new to all of this, I just became an Intern at this company
after one year of college and they asked me to set up RT. The
poll imap.gmail.com proto imap port 993:
username helpdesk at mydomain.com password mypassword ssl mda "/usr/bin/perl
/opt/rt3/bin/rt-mailgate --url http://rt.mydomain.com --queue General
goes in the fetchmail.conf file right? I can do something like that for the
.fetchmailrc file, if that is the right one. The difference is that our
rt-mailgate path is usr/sbin/rt-mailgate is that all I put for "usr/bin/perl
Thanks for the help, and sorry for the complete lack of knowledge.
On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 11:09 AM, Mike Johnson <mike.johnson at nosm.ca> wrote:
> In your fetchmail config, you tell fetchmail to send the emails it grabs to
> a specific process. For RT to create a ticket from an email, you need to
> give the email to rt-mailgate.
> You do this through the fetchmail config file.
> This is an example of one grabbing email from a google apps account and
> sending it to rt-mailgate
> poll imap.gmail.com proto imap port 993:
> username helpdesk at mydomain.com password mypassword ssl mda "/usr/bin/perl
> /opt/rt3/bin/rt-mailgate --url http://rt.mydomain.com --queue General
> --action correspond"
> Hope that helps.
> On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 1:08 PM, George Simpson <simpsongeorge68 at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> Hello again.
>> We finally got fetchmail to work! thanks to everyone who helped, it now is
>> up and running. However, we hit a snag while trying to set it up so that
>> people just sent emails to helpdesk at myurl.com and it creates a ticket. I
>> think we have to set up aliases in fetchmail so that that email address is
>> forwarded to the RT helpdesk queue, but I cannot seem to find out how to do
>> it. Is there any documentation about doing this anywhere? I cannot seem to
>> find it here nor with the all-powerful google. Thanks in advance, and I
>> really appreciate everyones help!
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> Mike Johnson
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