First off, many thanks go out to both Jesse and Kenn for the replies. I
already had the NotifyActor set to actually notify the actor (1), but I
checked my typing on that variable to make sure.
It ended up being the RTAddressRegexp entry. I had looked at it a few
times and after receiving Jesse’s email, I looked at it once again and
found that I had one too many escapes (/) in it. Once I fixed that, all
emails now appear to be going. (Especially those to my boss )
Since the box that RT is running on is used only for RT and for my own
MySQL development/testing, there aren’t any other local users, and due
to our naming conventions, there won’t be any users with “rt-” in the
username, so I changed (after fixing my original error) the regex to:
Thanks again to the list.
Have a great day,
IT Systems Administrator
Stockton, CA 95202
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appears to point to this RT instance.
I suspect your RtAddressRegexp may be set up a bit funny.