[rt-users] mailgate

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Fri Jan 12 18:05:29 EST 2001

Read RT's readme. it describes what you need to put in your /etc/aliases.

On Fri, Jan 12, 2001 at 05:51:25PM -0500, Neil Curri wrote:
> Hello,
> I've been able to do an upgrade, keeping our old database. The web
> interface is up and running, but I'm still hung up on the mailgate...
> How do the mail aliases work with different queues? On our old server,
> mail was sent to different queues by addressing the message to
> rt-queue at myrthost. Now, only rt at myrthost works. Here's my mailgate
> symlink in 
> /etc/smrsh:
> rt-mailgate -> /usr/local/rt/bin/rt-mailgate
> Mail still comes into the system this way, and I can assign each
> incoming message to a queue, but no matter what queue I assign it to, or
> even if I don't assign it to a queue at all, responses to the requestor
> are not sent through. I can't find anything in maillog or messages
> reporting any problem with sending mail, either... Clues? 
> Thanks,
>  -Neil
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