I just solved this problem on my systems; it was a combination of things, any
one of which could have caused this behavior.
I had changed the ‘Requestors’ field in the form to be ‘DISABLED’, so that
users couldn’t put in an invalid address. (I changed it to ‘TYPE=hidden’ to
Using ‘WebExternalAuto’ to create accounts did/does not create their email
address; no email, no requestors.
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Subject: [rt-users] No recipients found and erroneously blank actor fields
When I have a ticket up and hit reply, the ‘update type’ field defaults to
’reply to requestors’ which seems right. The section that says ‘This message
will be sent to’ has no addresses in it. That seems wrong.
Shouldn’t that pull from the ticket’s requestors field? How can any record
not have a requestor?
This has serious repercussions. Apart from anything else it means that
no recipients are found for any outgoing messages, hence no emails are
The Actor has superuser rights, so it can’t be a permissions problem, can it?
Any suggestions gratefully received.
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