Rob Pash wrote:
I am battling with this new install. RT is installed correctly, but
sendmail seems to have some issues. The following is the maillog output
when I try to submit a comment within an RT ticket:
Feb 13 15:51:22 Generator sendmail: PAA21220:
to=/opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate rtqueue correspond, ctladdr=rt, delay=00:00:01,
mailer=file, stat=Can’t create output: Permission denied
First issue seems like a permission issue, but where exactly? I have chmod
755 the rt-mailgate file.
No, it’s not a permission issue, it’s an administration issue
I bet, the rt-alias in /etc/mail/aliases looks like this
info-rt: “/opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate info correspond”
(which means, that sendmail tries to deliver to a file, in this case
/opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate), while it should look like this
info-rt: |"/opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate info correspond"
(meaning sendmail should pipe the mail to /opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate
with the options ‘info’ and ‘correspond’).
So change the entry and rebuild your aliasfile and the logs will
look like this entry here:
Feb 14 03:00:42 server sendmail: DAA26106:
to=|"/opt/rt/bin/rt-mailgate root-mails correspond", delay=00:00:08,
xdelay=00:00:07, mailer=prog, stat=Sent
Second is a Data format error trying to send out mail.
Sure - but it’s caused by your alias definition. It’ll go away.
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