So, we’ve had some weird mail issues with RT. We’re using sendmail on Solaris:
if i am a watcher on a ticket, and email is sent to RT about that ticket, RT will send me a copy, unless it determines that i sent the original message. if i was to-ed or cc-ed on the original message, i’ll get that, plus a copy from RT. this is annoying. RT should be able to prune its recipient list using the Cc: and To: headers, just like it does with From:.
RT doesn’t seem to give any feedback if a bad address is used for a cc. I’m assuming this is because the mail bounces, and RT doesn’t add information to a ticket if it thinks it’s a bounce. Is there any way to keep the prevention of mail loops as well as giving feedback if there is a bounce?
I’ve sat with a user who sent (twice!) a “response” (made sure about that) through the web interface, and the response wasn’t e-mailed out. Is it possible for RT to show whether or not “respond” or “comment” was used on a particular entry? Also, the sendmail logs don’t help – they don’t show a message trying to go out. What might be the problem here?
Note: We have upgraded to MailTools 1.50, the original version was MailTools 1.46.
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