alister at gossamer-threads.com
Mon Aug 30 16:47:06 EDT 2010
Your regex will only match
'something at rt.mydomain.com'
remove the initial ^ from your regex to match on any email at this domain.
Set($RTAddressRegexp , '\@rt\.mydomain\.com$');
or have the noc email defined explicitly like:
Set($RTAddressRegexp , '^noc\@rt\.mydomain\.com$');
Alister West <alister at gossamer-threads.com>
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On 10-08-30 11:10 AM, Codatel Lists wrote:
> In the rt config file I have the following line
> Set($RTAddressRegexp , '^\@rt.mydomain.com$');
> when I create a queue called noc at rt.mydomain.com
> <mailto:noc at rt.mydomain.com> I get a message in the queue config screen
> RTAddressRegexp option in the config doesn't match noc at mydomain.com
> <mailto:noc at mydomain.com>
> I have tried a few different variations and it does not seem to get rid
> of that message.
> Is there something wrong with the string I am using?
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