[rt-users] No reply to ticket status changed for non-root user?

Andreas Semt Andreas.Semt at gmx.net
Tue Oct 3 18:39:49 EDT 2006


Hello List!

I've installed RT 3.6.1 without problems on Debian stable (Sarge) 
(thanks to the wonderful guide on 
"http://wiki.bestpractical.com/index.cgi?DebianStableInstallGuide").

Then i created a queue called "support", a user "as" and a group
"it-support" (where "as" is a member).
The predefined group "Everyone" has following rights:
* CommentOnTicket
* CreateTicket
* ReplyToTicket
* SeeQueue
The group "it-support" has following rights for the queue "it-support":
* ShowTicket
* ShowTicketComments
* Watch
* WatchAsAdminCc
* OwnTicket
* ModifyTicket
(as described on 
"http://wiki.bestpractical.com/index.cgi?ManualInstallation").

However there is one problem:
If a new email is send (by a user called "as"@<domain>) to rt (queue: 
"it-support"), the user "as" can see and modify that ticket in the nice 
web interface. But if "as" set the ticket status on "resolved", no mail 
to the original ticket requester (aka client) is send, only the ticket 
status has changed to "resolved".
If i am logged in as the "root" user and try the same procedure (modify 
a new ticket and change the status to "resolved"), all works fine: a new 
mail is generated and send to the requester of that ticket. So i see the 
behavior i expected for the non-root user "as" in the first time.

Any idea how to tell rt that every time a non-root user - for example 
"as" - has set a ticket to "resolved" (or just tries to reply to a 
ticket), a new mail to the requester of the ticket should be dispatched?

Many thanks in advance for any help!


With kind regards,
Andreas Semt


P.S.:

I found following in the mailing list archive:
("http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/rt/users/7197?search_string=reply;#7197")
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RT will not send to the requestor by default if the requestor is also a 
ticket admin.
This may be what you're running into.

-j
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Is that my problem, too (can't try it in the moment)? If, so: *sorry* 
for asking!
But: Why is the mail send when logged in as "root" user?? Any change to 
force rt to send a reply message, even if the requester is also a 
"ticket admin"?



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