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#134 fixed Email2Trac and Fetchmail bas Avale

I'm trying to get Email2Trac to work with Fetchmail but I'm having issues.

The setup is currently using CentOS 5, Trac 0.11.4 and Email2Trac 0.80.

I have it configure with the MTA as root and the Trac user as apache.

When I do the test: email2trac --project=tracproj < msg.txt

It works fine. The ticket is created.

But when I run it through Fetchmail, I get this error: fetchmail: Error writing to MDA: Broken pipe

not flushed

Can anyone help me fix this? I would really like to get this working since it makes things a lot easier.

#206 fixed email2trac bombs when attachment contains umlaut characters bas karsten.rohrbach@…

From bounce message produced by postfix MTA:

TD: saving email to /tmp/tmpKadtCi.email2trac 
TD:   writing body to /tmp/tmpsgE73w.email2trac 
TD: part1: Content-Type:   application/octet-stream Traceback (most recent call last):
   File   "/usr/bin/email2trac", line 2151, in <module>   tktparser.save_email_for_debug(m, True)
   File "/usr/bin/email2trac", line   575, in save_email_for_debug
   File "/usr/bin/email2trac", line 519, in debug_attachments
     print 'TD:   part%d: filename: %s' % (n, filename) 
UnicodeEncodeError: 'ascii' codec   can't encode character u'\xc4' in position 33: ordinal not in range(128)

The filename causing this behaviour is AUFTRAGSBESTÄTIGUNGS-FORMULAR_115886.PDF, containing a German umlaut.

Deployed Version of email2trac is 1.4.3

#137 fixed email2trac can't find python2.6 binary in /usr/bin bas delpheye@…

In building an RPM for email2trac 0.80, it is unable to find the python 2.6 binary in /usr/bin. I've attempted to set this on the configure line of the spec file, but I cannot determine the correct option to use. The scripts appear to scan all of /usr/bin to find an acceptable python binary, but doesn't see that there is one there.

I am attaching my rpmbuild output in hopes that whatever error I'm making can be corrected.

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