External Database?

Set($LookupSenderInExternalDatabase , 1);
Set($SenderMustExistInExternalDatabase , 1);

I am trying to use this feature… but I am not sure how you go about implementing this. Is there any docs/examples of this? We’d like to veryify the person sending the email against a MySQL database. From what i’ve seen in the archives, we’d probably have to write some code to do this, but if this is an LDAP example maybe it would help us…

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Set($LookupSenderInExternalDatabase , 1);
Set($SenderMustExistInExternalDatabase , 1);

I am trying to use this feature… but I am not sure how you go about implemen
ting this. Is there any docs/examples of this? We’d like to veryify the person
sending the email against a MySQL database. From what i’ve seen in the archiv
es, we’d probably have to write some code to do this, but if this is an LDAP e
xample maybe it would help us…

These flags are for web use, not email. E.g. if you want your
web users to use an ldap password instead of the internal RT password.

RT does take the FROM email address and look it up in the RT
database. But since email is not authenticated, there’s no
additional benefit to looking up in ldap.

  bobg

Set($LookupSenderInExternalDatabase , 1);
Set($SenderMustExistInExternalDatabase , 1);

I am trying to use this feature… but I am not sure how you go
about implemen ting this. Is there any docs/examples of this? We’d
like to veryify the person sending the email against a MySQL
database. From what i’ve seen in the archiv es, we’d probably have
to write some code to do this, but if this is an LDAP e xample maybe
it would help us…

These flags are for web use, not email. E.g. if you want your
web users to use an ldap password instead of the internal RT password.

I’m pretty sure these are email related flags.

I don’t have time to grovel the code, but I suspect you’d need to make
an overlay to use them.

seph