Something I’ve noticed with this extension is that using vcards
actually forces the extension to spew out mailgate errors. I assume the
reason being that vcards use something similar to:
cmd via mail extension doesn’t like this.
I’ve got around this with a very bad hack by sending errors to another
Specifically this line:
my $ErrorsTo = RT::Interface::ParseErrorsToAddressFromHead(
I changed this to:
my $ErrorsTo = “email@example.com”;
and restarted apache.
Hope this helps someone.
Reginaldo Russinholi wrote:
But I’ve put the following line at the end of RT_SiteConfig.pm
@MailPlugins = qw(Auth::MailFrom Filter::TakeAction);
and it doesn’t work yet.
One more question, to send commands by e-mail I need put the commands
at beginning of the mail, right? Like that:
Some comments about the changes.
Is it correct?
Shawn M Moore escreveu:
On Thu, Sep 04, 2008 at 01:59:06PM -0300, Reginaldo Russinholi wrote:
I’m using RT 3.6.6 and I’d like to use the extension CommandByMail.
Well, I downloaded the source and follow the instrunctions to install,
but I didn’t understand in what file and in what part of that file I
have to put the CommandByMail configuration.
The config for CommandByMail goes in your RT_SiteConfig.pm file. If
you're using the standard layout, it'll be in /opt/rt3/etc.
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