It seems like this is only an issue if you use fastcgi instead of mod_pearl. I have a separate box running mod_perl and it is ok, but the issue is with the one using fastcgi.From: Russ Johnson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 03, 2002 4:33 PM
Subject: Re: [rt-users] link does not work when sent as email
Rich Lafferty wrote:
Everyone, probably. The login is a POST, and the ticket number
in the URL (GET) is ignored. That’s a CGI.pm “feature”, AFAIK.
You’ve already discovered the workaround (although I find that
after I login, I can put the cursor in the Location: bar, hit
enter, and get the ticket.)
I don’t know about that Rich. It works fine for me wether I’m logged in
If I’m logged in, RT goes right to the ticket.
If I’m not, I get stopped at the login screen, but when I log in, the
ticket specified is the first thing that opens.
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