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#279 wontfix email2trac 2.4.5 with sendmail 8.14.4-8 and 0.12.1-4 on CentOS 6.0 bas anonymous
Description

Hello,

I'd like to use email2trac with my trac installation but sendmail gives only this error:

to="|run_email2trac", ctladdr=<mail@example.com> (8/0), delay=00:00:01, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=prog, pri=30840, dsn=5.3.0, stat=unknown mailer error 254

I tried to turn off selinux. The message does not change.

I had a look at the source. Is the problem that caller is not the same user as mta is running?

  if ( caller !=  MTA->pw_uid ) {    if ( DEBUG ) printf("Invalid caller UID (%d)\n",caller);
    return -2;     /* 254 : Invalid caller */
  }

cheers Andi

#295 fixed Patch to get email2trac to work correctly with the Agilo plugin bas anonymous
Description

The Agilo plugin breaks email2trac because it redefines Ticket. The following patch is a quick hack to get it working again.

--- email2trac.orig 2012-05-04 17:31:44.959978983 -0400
+++ email2trac 2012-05-04 17:32:03.960302778 -0400
@@ -1187,6 +1187,10 @@
         self.logger.debug('function new_ticket')

         tkt = Ticket(self.env)
+        from agilo.utils.config import AgiloConfig
+        from agilo.ticket.model import AgiloTicket
+        if AgiloConfig(self.env).is_agilo_enabled:
+            tkt = AgiloTicket(self.env)

         self.set_reply_fields(tkt, msg)
#300 fixed E-Mails with attachment doesn't work bas anonymous
Description

Creating tickets via email works but when an attachment is attached to the mail it will fail with following Tracebacks:

Traceback(most recent call last):
  File "C:/src4trac/email2trac/email2trac.py", line 2689, in <module>
    tktparser.save_email_for_debug(m, settings.project_name, True)
  File "C:/src4trac/email2trac/email2trac.py", line 566, in save_email_for_debug

    message_parts = self.get_message_parts(message)
  File "C:/src4trac/email2trac/email2trac.py", line 2062, in get_message_parts
    filename = self.check_filename_length(filename)
  File "C:/src4trac/email2trac/email2trac.py", line 716, in check_filename_lengt
h
    filemax_length = os.pathconf('/', os.pathconf_names['PC_NAME_MAX'])
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'pathconf'
fetchmail: MDA returned nonzero status 1
 not flushed

We use python 2.7 and trac 0.12.3 on a windows server 2k8. Can you tell me what I did wrong.

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