So I’m currently trying to get rt-mailgateway set-up properly. I’ve got SMTP set-up properly and the mail-log reflects messages I try to send. However, when the message was passed to the aliased command it was breaking. I then discovered it was a authorization related error as generated below by echoing the output.
echo test |/opt/rt3/bin/rt-mailgate --queue ‘AT Issues’ --action correspond --url https://thisiswhereourURLgoes.com/rt3/
An Error Occurred
401 Authorization Required
URL is correct, I just changed it for posting purposes.
So I realize that this is due in part to the fact we’re using SSL for RT.
I think I could probably pass credentials in the https://user:pass@URL format, but we use Active Directory for RT log-ins.
Leaves me with these 2 questions:
- Would this mean I’d need a dummy account of some type to get messages through?
- Is there a way to have apache just let requests go through without authorizing them?
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