The “abuse” queue was the first one after I compiled the source. Following
the instructions, I created the queue using the CLI:
./rtadmin queue -create abuse
The second queue (security) was created using the admin-webrt.cgi.
So, what I did: using the same admin-webrt, I deleted the queue abuse and
recreated right after that. Always using the admin-webrt.
I suggest you, Edward, to do the same: delete your queue - probabily
created via CLI interface - and recreate it using admin-webrt.
HermannOn Sun, 15 Apr 2001, Edward Christians wrote:
I have the same problem, same release, same situation - the allow
non-members queue boxes are all checked. Figured it was a newbie
problem but I’ve had no luck stopping it as yet.
On Apr 15, Hermann Wecke wrote:
One of my queues is rejecting any new message with this error message:
There has been an error:
There has been an error with your request:
You don’t have permission to create requests in this queue. Either you’re
not a queue member or non-members aren’t allowed to create requests in
Your message is reproduced below:
If the message bears a ticket number, it will be accepted.
The “Allow non-members to create requests” box is checked for both
queues, including this one that is not accepting new messages/creating
Running RT 1.0.7