[rt-users] rt-mailgate

Mauricio Tavares raubvogel at gmail.com
Mon Jan 9 17:01:39 EST 2012

On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 1:34 PM, Robert Nesius <nesius at gmail.com> wrote:
> I made a recently change to how my apache2 server was configured to redirect
> all requests through https.  Now emails are not flowing through to RT - I
> tracked the issue down to rt-mailgate complaining about not being able to
> verify the certificate.  I'm a little perplexed on how to proceed or how to
> verify what certs/CAs rt-mailgate is using, or if there is an issue with the
> Crypt::SSLeay module (which I had to force install due to a failing test).
> I only have one openssl install on the system, and I thought Crypt::SSLeay
> would reach through to those configs for things like CA certs, etc...
> Perhaps an easy workaround, since the mail server and apache2 server are on
> the same machine, would be to configure a "localhost:80" virtual host within
> apache2 and bypass SSL when accessing RT via that url.
> Any helpful hints/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.   I've been
> google-ing away but haven't had any luck yet.
      AFAIK, rt-mailgate connects to RT using RT's web interface; it
should use whatever cert you have defined in the virtual host entry
for RT. Here is how my fetchmailrc calls rt-mailgate:

mda "/usr/bin/perl /usr/bin/rt-mailgate --url https://localhost/rt \
--queue support --action correspond"

> -Rob
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