You can, of course, customize RT by hacking the perl, but that would defeat one
of RT’s key features:
RT automatically makes the email go where it’s supposed to and keeps track of it. If RT didn’t rewrite addresses, you’d have to carefully manually CC RT
and the user on each transaction. I’ve used systems that do that. It sucks and
not everything gets properly recorded.
-jesseOn Wed, Jan 02, 2002 at 04:25:42PM -0500, Bolivar Geraldo wrote:
I’m running RT 2.0.9. Currently when a ticket is created, or
correspondence is sent, the mail that RT sends out appears to coming
from the correspondence address set for the queue in which the ticket is
in. For example if I had an “incoming” queue:
From: Bob via RT email@example.com
Is there a way to change this so it appears to be coming from the email
address of the actual requestor?
i.e. “From: Bob via RT firstname.lastname@example.org”
Bolivar Geraldo (Junior)
Sockeye Networks, Inc.
275 Grove St., Suite 1-120
Newton, MA 02466-2272
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