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#139 fixed Configure more projects in email2trac.conf bas didley@…

Dear all,

I'm using email2trac version 0.80. All works fine and I'm happy to have this small program with this big effect.

Just one thing.

The configfile email2trac.conf has the possibility to add another project.

Your description says:

project      : /data/trac/jouvin # use -p|--project jouvin

Please what means use -p or --project

my second project ends in

project: D:\Project\BlaProject

but it works not.

How I have to use -p or --project?

#140 duplicate email2trac not parsing emails bas delpheye@…

I have fetchmail and procmail installed and configured correctly(I assume) to process mail sent to trac for the mta_user.

[mta_user@boxbox ~]$ cat .procmailrc PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/bin MAILDIR=$HOME/Mail #better make sure it exists DEFAULT=$MAILDIR/mbox #completely optional LOGFILE=$MAILDIR/from #recommended

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  • ^X-Loop: mta_user@… | /usr/bin/run_email2trac

[mta_user@boxbox ~]$ cat .fetchmailrc poll proto pop3 user mta_user pass "password" mda "/usr/bin/procmail"

[root@boxbox ~]# cat /etc/email2trac.conf [DEFAULT] project: /var/www/html/trac debug: 0 umask: 022 spam_level: 5 reply_all : 0 mailto_link: 0 umask: 022 email_header: 0 trac_version: 0.11 enable_syslog : 1 alternate_notify_template : alternate_notify_template_update : drop_spam : 0 verbatim_format: 1 strip_signature: 0 email_quote: > strip_quotes: 0 ignore_trac_user_settings: 0 black_list: MAILER-DAEMON@

I have verified the paths in these two files and have verified that mail is being correctly delivered to the user's local mbox file.

strace on the run_email2trac binary doesn't return any errors so I assume it's working correctly.

Is there something else I'm missing?

#141 duplicate Attachment with "ü" causes python error an is not attached bas hju@…

We found a problem with python-code execution if there is an german "Umlaut" (ü) in the filename of an attachment.

email2trac produces an error in the user.log of the server { Mar 10 17:00:04 ks35958 email2trac: Traceback (most recent call last): Mar 10 17:00:04 ks35958 email2trac: File "/usr/bin/email2trac", line 1249, in ? tktparser.parse(sys.stdin) Mar 10 17:00:04 ks35958 email2trac: File "/usr/bin/email2trac", line 818, in parse self.new_ticket(m, spam_msg) Mar 10 17:00:04 ks35958 email2trac: File "/usr/bin/email2trac", line 757, in new_ticket str = self.attachments(msg, tkt) Mar 10 17:00:04 ks35958 email2trac: File "/usr/bin/email2trac", line 1049, in attachments url_filename = urllib.quote(filename) Mar 10 17:00:04 ks35958 email2trac: File "", line 1110, in quote res = map(safe_map.getitem, s) Mar 10 17:00:04 ks35958 email2trac: KeyError?: u'\xfc' }

The ticket is created, but the attachment is not added.

Tracking down the error leads to an python-error in 2.4. The routine "quote", trying to encode special characters in the filename as "%<##>", returns an KeyError? with "\xfc" (ü).

However: Is there possible workaround usin another python-function?

We use a trunk-version (218) of Version 0.30

P.S.: in another environment, we are using email2trac version 0.80 with python 2.5 under windows... Under this circumstances, there is no ticket createt at all...

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