0100,0100,0100On 3 Feb 01, at 22:05, Vincent Paglione wrote:
7F00,0000,0000> > > The following line is in my /etc/aliases file:
support: “|/opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate support”
This should be:
support: “|/opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate support correspond”
I tried adding that correspond to it to, and it still does not work. I
of course updated the alias file too with newaliases. Any ideas? It
just isn’t receiving the mail completely.
In addition to needing the “correspond” (or comment or action) in the /etc/aliases
line, the error message you are getting sounds like a SMRSH problem:
Upon sending mail to email@example.com from the server, I Arialget >this error
“|/opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate support”… Connecting to prog…
“|/opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate support”… Service unavailable
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left0100,0100,0100Sendmail has a program called smrsh. smrsh restricts what binaries can be run
from sendmail aliases. I think it keeps the programs in /etc/smrsh on redhat6.
add a symlink from /usr/local/rt/bin/rt-mailgate to /etc/smrsh/rt-mailgate and
things should work better.