Not sure what your setup is, but if you’re interested, I have mail
working well (so far) with Exchange 2003 and Postfix. No fetchmail; all
It’s ExternalAuth itself I can’t seem to get working right. Got
derailed into another project last week, but if my postfix / exchange
setups would be useful to you, you’re welcome to 'em.
Our wheels. Your freedom.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:rt-users-
email@example.com] On Behalf Of Keith A McDermott
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2008 4:49 PM
Subject: [rt-users] [Solved] ExternalAuth User creation in RT
I found that the issue was in the order I did this in. I dropped the
database and re-initialized it with the parameters set and now it’s
working great as far as permissions. New users are showing up
under “Users” in RT.
Now to get the mail working…
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Keith A McDermott wrote:
I’ve got RT::Authen::ExternalAuth successfully working and it’s
validating my users against my LDAP server. I disabled (commented
the disabled-user check as I’ll tinker with that later - this is for
testing for now.
Anyway, my account can login to the web interface. Admittedly, I
the AutoCreate and WebExternalAuto after I’d already logged in once,
in the Users table in the RT3 database, I can see my account.
it does not show up on the web interface so I cannot assign any
to it. I have create-ticket security enabled for anyone so my
is able to create tickets and see them in the queue.
On a side-note, I haven’t gotten any email from the web-interface
I have yet to setup the procmail but it still should be able to send
mail if I understand it corrrectly.
Note: I do not know much about Perl so please take that into
consideration in any reply which may require Perl modifications.
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