[Rt-devel] forward as attachment (for spam reporting)

Kevin Falcone falcone at bestpractical.com
Fri Aug 1 12:24:15 EDT 2008

On Aug 1, 2008, at 12:09 PM, David N. Blank-Edelman wrote:

> Howdy-
>    I think this probably a devel question, but if not, please tell me
> to get lost and I'll take this over to -users.
> I'm wondering how hard it would be to hack something into or around RT
> that would make it easy to forward an original piece of mail that came
> into RT (sans any RT-added headers) to another email address. I'd even
> be happy with doing this in a batch mode (e.g. use an SQL query to
> find and forward all "rejected" messages at once).

The 3.8 series contains a Forward command which may come
close to what you want (I'm not sure what kind of headers it
includes or if it does the attachment things you want).

That may be an easier place to start hacking than vanilla 3.6

Of course, you could just yank the original mails out of
the database with some code.


> We get a little bit of spam through our various defenses into our
> public queues. I'd like to help train those various defenses but to do
> so I need an easy way to forward the message out for reporting to
> their learning addresses.
> Thanks for any help you can offer.
>       -- dNb
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