Obscure mail-gateway error(returns code)

System:
RHEL 5
RT 3.8.1
Apache 2.2.3

After some struggle with using SSL for delivery of messages we decided to fore-go it. The web-interface remains accessible by SSL, but for email delivery we decided it wasn’t necessary. Apache has been configured to reflect this change. Messages are now getting through that part of the system and making it to RT.

However, now running the following command to test it(Hostname is correct in our URL, but changed here…):
echo test |/opt/rt3/bin/rt-mailgate --queue ‘AT Issues’ --action comment --url http://ourhostname.com/rt3/

Kicks back the following error:
RT server error.

The RT server which handled your email did not behave as expected. It
said:

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<%flags>
inherit => undef # inhibit UTF8 conversion done in /autohandler
</%flags>
<%ARGS>
$queue => 1
$action => “correspond”
$ticket => undef
</%ARGS>
<%init>
$m->callback( %ARGS, CallbackName => ‘Pre’ );
use RT::Interface::Email (); # It’s an exporter, but we don’t care
$r->content_type(‘text/plain; charset=utf-8’);
$m->error_format(‘text’);
my ( $status, $error, $Ticket ) = RT::Interface::email::Gateway( %ARGS );
if ( $status == 1 ) {
$m->out(‘ok’);
if ( $Ticket && $Ticket->Id ) {
$m->out( 'Ticket: ’ . ($Ticket->Id || ‘’) );
$m->out( 'Queue: ’ . ($Ticket->QueueObj->Name || ‘’) );
$m->out( 'Owner: ’ . ($Ticket->OwnerObj->Name || ‘’) );
$m->out( 'Status: ’ . ($Ticket->Status || ‘’) );
$m->out( 'Subject: ’ . ($Ticket->Subject || ‘’) );
$m->out(
'Requestor: ’ . ($Ticket->Requestors->MemberEmailAddressesAsString || ‘’) );
}
}
else {
$RT::Logger->error( "Could not record email: " . $error );
if ( $status == -75 ) {
$m->out( "temporary failure - " . $error );
}
else {
$m->out( 'not ok - ’ . $error );
}
}
$m->abort();
</%init>

It seems very strange to me that it is spitting out code during an error message. Anyone have any insight as to what’s going on here? More importantly any sugguestions on how to handle it?

~Chris

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System:
RHEL 5
RT 3.8.1
Apache 2.2.3

After some struggle with using SSL for delivery of messages we decided to fore-go it. The web-interface remains accessible by SSL, but for email delivery we decided it wasn’t necessary. Apache has been configured to reflect this change. Messages are now getting through that part of the system and making it to RT.

However, now running the following command to test it(Hostname is correct in our URL, but changed here…):

You’ve misconfigured your web server. Somehow you’ve told Apache not to
process the RT mailgateway’s server-side pages.