Hi there, Jesse!
Thanks for your help!
- I runned msmtp directly from the prompt with the following command:
#msmtp --syslog=on -C /opt/rt3/etc/msmtprc -t firstname.lastname@example.org <
The log entry was:
#tail -f /var/log/messages
Aug 16 15:45:51 serverXX msmtp: host=hostXX tls=off auth=off from=root
email@example.com mailsize=116 smtpstatus=250 smtpmsg=‘250
2.0.0 Ok: queued as EC86A6089CC’ exitcode=EX_OK
The message reached my mailbox successfully (I swear!)…
I also made several tests (running msmtp directly from prompt) with To:, Cc:
and Bcc: and it’s all OK…
- I have also changed the scrip for Notify Requestors instead of Notify
Other Recipients, although my template sets the “to:” parameter.
The “$SendMailPath” at RT_SiteConfig and “msmtprc / msmtp_wrapper” is also
- When I “Show” the outgoing mail at the Tickets’s history, the message is
just fine (“To”, “Subject” and contents)…
The RT is loging at syslog at “debug” level. Do I have any other way to
check exactly what RT give to msmtp to compose the outgoing mail?
Any other idea??
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- Re: Problems with msmtp (Jesse Vincent)
---------- Mensagem encaminhada ----------
From: Jesse Vincent firstname.lastname@example.org
To: Tiago Caldas email@example.com
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2010 11:37:27 -0400
Subject: Re: [Rtir] Problems with msmtp
On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 05:27:52PM -0300, Tiago Caldas wrote:
I have installed RT in a brand new server few days ago and almost
is running just fine.
However, my msmtp have a problem:
When my scrip “on resolve notify other recipients” is triggered, I have
followin exit on my message.log:
The “78” means "configuration problem… but I have the same files
&msmtp_wrapper) on other server (with IR features) running OK…
I have already checked permissions…
Can you put msmtp into some sort of verbose logging mode? Is msmtp happy
with messages that have only a BCC and no To or Cc?