I believe that last part was your comment last time. I still don’t
understand why you port it if all you are looking for is $$$$.
I ported it partly because I was a Win32 user, and I have other Win32
users that want to use RT to work with me.
However, they (and I) were satisfied with the WebUI, so I have no
personal incentives to make the mailgate work, except for, yes,
possibly monetary incentives.
I am asking if others are able to run it. If features do not work,
you should document it before people install it.
That is valid – the next versions of installer will now say
(Please note: this version does not yet support incoming mails.)
before you install it. Thanks, applied as @9250 here.
Configuring a SMTP gateway obviously doesn’t make it “just work” since
I have tried that on several occasions and RT decides to not add in
the from: information.
Did you also configure the “Reply-To” (aka SMTPFrom in the Edit/Global/
screen) parameter? It is defaulted to “rt@localhost”. You may wish to
change it to something more sensible.
Alternatively, you can also use the registry editor to modify
Either way, you’d need to restart the Apache web server for it to take
I agree that the “SMTPFrom” config name may not be self-explanatory
enough. Suggestions welcome.
Just because I ask for help doesn’t mean I don’t know what I am doing
I’m sorry if I have given that impression. It was not my intention.
and I honestly don’t appreciate you treating me as such on the list.
I apologize. English is not my first (or second) language, and I am
deeply sorry if I offended you somehow.