eMail-Problems

I Have successfully installed RT on a SuSE 7.0 system and have problems
with the eMail-gateway.
It seems that each eMail has daemon@localhost as sender.
How can I change that.

(If it helps, SuSE uses sendmail …)

Run yast and configure your network settings, such as host name and also
sendmail.

A.On Tue, 30 Apr 2002, Frederic Gobin wrote:

Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 18:01:11 +0200
From: Frederic Gobin frederic.gobin@mindmatics.de
To: rt-users rt-users@lists.fsck.com
Subject: [rt-users] eMail-Problems

I Have successfully installed RT on a SuSE 7.0 system and have problems
with the eMail-gateway.
It seems that each eMail has daemon@localhost as sender.
How can I change that.

(If it helps, SuSE uses sendmail …)


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We have installed RT 2.0.13 and we have an problem (sorry about this …)

The maschine worked without problems (including eMails)

System is SuSE 7.0 with sendmail …

Now each time somebody sends an eMail using the web-interface of RT, the eMail
seems to come from wwwrun@localhost :

< Received: from [195.30.16.77] (helo=zoo.mindmatics.de)
< by mx04.web.de with esmtp (WEB.DE(Exim) 4.53 #1)
< id 177dqJ-0000pe-00
< for frederic.gobin@web.de; Tue, 14 May 2002 17:03:59 +0200
=> Received: (from wwwrun@localhost)
< by zoo.mindmatics.de (8.10.2/8.10.2/SuSE Linux 8.10.0-0.3) id g4EF3wd18639;
< Tue, 14 May 2002 17:03:58 +0200
< Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 17:03:58 +0200
< Subject: [Mindmatics #13] Test
< In-Reply-To: rt-13@Mindmatics
< Sender: “Frederic Gobin” support@mindmatics.de
< RT-Originator: frederic.gobin@mindmatics.de
< To: frederic.gobin@web.de
< From: “Frederic Gobin” support@mindmatics.de
< Managed-BY: Request Tracker 2.0.13 (http://www.fsck.com/projects/rt/)
< RT-Ticket: Mindmatics #13
< X-RT-Loop-Prevention: Mindmatics
< Reply-To: support@mindmatics.de
< Precedence: bulk
< Message-Id: rt-13-52.17.9450564179569@Mindmatics
< X-Mailer: Perl5 Mail::Internet v1.44

Is there a possibility to prevent this ?

Thanks …

We have installed RT 2.0.13 and we have an problem (sorry about this …)

The maschine worked without problems (including eMails)

System is SuSE 7.0 with sendmail …

Now each time somebody sends an eMail using the web-interface of RT, the eMail
seems to come from wwwrun@localhost :

[snip]

=> Received: (from wwwrun@localhost)
< by zoo.mindmatics.de (8.10.2/8.10.2/SuSE Linux 8.10.0-0.3) id g4EF3wd18639;
< Tue, 14 May 2002 17:03:58 +0200
< From: “Frederic Gobin” support@mindmatics.de
[snip]

Is there a possibility to prevent this ?

No reasonable e-mail client[1] cares, or should care, about Recieved
headers. Why do you want to prevent this?

-Robin
[1]: OutLook is the big exeception I’m aware of.

http://www.digitalkingdom.org/~rlpowell/ BTW, I’m male, honest.
le datni cu djica le nu zifre .iku’i .oi le so’e datni cu to’e te pilno
je xlali – RLP http://www.lojban.org/

Sorry, I picked up the wrong eMail …
But in the eMails from sent by RT, there is a field that says that it was sent
by wwwrun@localhost.

I don’t think that this is a sendmail-config-problem, because sendmail works
right.

I have read something about using “sendmailpipe” in config.pm and I think that
this could be a solution, but befor trying it, I want to know more about this.
The docs told me nearly nothing about this …

Where can I get more information about the meaning of the “sendmailpipe”-value ?

We have installed RT 2.0.13 and we have an problem (sorry about this …)

The maschine worked without problems (including eMails)

System is SuSE 7.0 with sendmail …

Now each time somebody sends an eMail using the web-interface of RT, the
eMail
seems to come from wwwrun@localhost :

[snip]

=> Received: (from wwwrun@localhost)
< by zoo.mindmatics.de (8.10.2/8.10.2/SuSE Linux 8.10.0-0.3) id
g4EF3wd18639;
< Tue, 14 May 2002 17:03:58 +0200
< From: “Frederic Gobin” support@mindmatics.de
[snip]

Is there a possibility to prevent this ?

No reasonable e-mail client[1] cares, or should care, about Recieved
headers. Why do you want to prevent this?

-Robin
[1]: OutLook is the big exeception I’m aware of.


http://www.digitalkingdom.org/~rlpowell/ BTW, I’m male, honest.
le datni cu djica le nu zifre .iku’i .oi le so’e datni cu to’e te pilno
je xlali – RLP http://www.lojban.org/


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