On 06/14/2005 05:19 PM, Georger Araujo wrote:
> Have you checked /path-to-eventum/logs/error.log?
It says "unable to authenticate to smtp server"
This was because the user for eventum was created in a later phase. Anyway, this
should not have anything to do with downloading messages. SMTP is for sending.
> What's your exact command line? No need to be afraid
> of anyone here, because it doesn't contain the
> password, and you can manually obfuscate the domain.
This is the cron entry:
* * * * * cd /var/www/eventum-1.5.4/misc; /usr/bin/php -q download_emails.php
eventum mailhost INBOX
> Is your mail server running IMAP or POP? That's
> because you only need to specify the mailbox if you're
> running IMAP. POP takes only the account and server
> In your Manage Email Accounts screen, is Auto-Creation
> of Issues enabled? If not, then you must have lots of
Auto creation is enabled (see below)
> Pending e-mails in your Stats screen.
> Please try to provide more details. Regards,
Pending e-mails in my stats screen? I don't see any.
On 06/14/2005 09:07 PM, Bryan Alsdorf wrote:
> You say that a new issue is not being created, but is the email being
> downloaded? Also, what auto creation settings do you have?
I'm not really sure if the mail is being downloaded or not, but I don't think
so. The settings on the Email Accounts screen are:
Test project mailhost imap 143 eventum INBOX Enabled
The settings for auto creation are:
No assignment of the new issue
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