SendmailWithoutQueueAliases

This page suggested to me ( at first ) in the ‘BUGS’ section that RT
would notify the requestor in the case where a queue didn’t exist, but I
don’t think that’s true:
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/index.cgi?SendmailWithoutQueueAliases. I
assume there is no way to notify requestors that the queue they are
trying to send to doesn’t exist. Maybe rt-mailgate can handle this in
some way. Is rt-mailgate supposed to handle this? It doesn’t in my
setup.

David Smithson
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Correction, I do get non-deliveries from RT:

temporary failure - RT couldn’t find the queue: asdf

David Smithson

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Smithson
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To: rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] SendmailWithoutQueueAliases

This page suggested to me ( at first ) in the ‘BUGS’ section that RT
would notify the requestor in the case where a queue didn’t exist, but I
don’t think that’s true:
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/index.cgi?SendmailWithoutQueueAliases. I
assume there is no way to notify requestors that the queue they are
trying to send to doesn’t exist. Maybe rt-mailgate can handle this in
some way. Is rt-mailgate supposed to handle this? It doesn’t in my
setup.

David Smithson
ActivSupport, Inc.
Your Flexible IT Partner
Microsoft Gold Partner – Small Business Specialist
http://www.activsupport.com
Director of Technical Services
Direct: (415) 869 2991
Technical Support Hotline: (415) 979 9285
CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE SUPPORT

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