I created an account in my mail server just for that.
I am imagining something like this:
- RT wants to send a message to a recipient, then it requests localhost for
- Localhost is configured with exim4 and for every smtp request it
authenticates in the mail server with an specific account
- The mail server sends the message.
Both are running Debian.
Mail server has postfix installed.
Bruno Guimarães Sousa
Ciência da Computação UFBA
Registered Linux user #465914On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 5:25 PM, Rob Munsch firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 9:15 AM, Bruno Guimarães Sousa email@example.com wrote:
My RT instalation is working fine and retrieving emails through
But the last thing I need to configure is the mail sending. I have exim4
installed and it is not working to send emails when a ticket gets a
or a comment.
How can I configure that so that every message sended goes to another
It sounds like you need to tell exim4 that you have another "real"
email server, called a smarthost.
How you do this may depend on what that other server is and what
flavor of *nix you’re running.
Generally, there’s an Exim conf directive to tell your it “smarthost =
server.name.tld” and what happens after that will also depend on how
you need to auth to that mail server.
/chown -R us:us /yourbase