Jürgen Hörmann

  • Registered on: 2010-07-04
  • Last connection: 2012-11-19

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2012-11-19

09:18 Redmine Defect #12396 (Resolved): Error when receiving an email without subject header
Installed the trunk last night.
Issue seems to be fixed now.
Thank you very much.

2012-11-18

00:38 Redmine Help: RE: undefined method `match' for nil:NilClass in mail_handler.rb:132
I'm glad to tell that Jean-Philippe fixed it in commit "10850":http://www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/repository/rev...
00:00 Redmine Defect #12396 (Closed): Error when receiving an email without subject header
Hello.
Because we did not find a solution for this problem "in the forum":http://www.redmine.org/boards/2/topics/3...
22:03 Redmine Help: RE: undefined method `match' for nil:NilClass in mail_handler.rb:132
Did anybody of you find a solution or workaround for this?
Would be glad if you could help me with this issue.

2012-10-23

12:30 Redmine Help: RE: undefined method `match' for nil:NilClass in mail_handler.rb:132
I get the same issue on Redmine 2.1
I can send mail notifications through GMail, I can login into IMAP over SSL an...

2011-06-10

22:21 Redmine Help: RE: How to configure Apache2+fcid for Basic Auth / REST API
Hi Bruno.
No I did not open a issue for this. Maybe you want to add a note for this somewhere in the documentation.
08:38 Redmine Feature #6230: User email address per project
This is related to #4244. I think the general solution to allow multiple email addresses per user would also solve th...

2011-01-27

15:40 Redmine Feature #4244: Multiple email addresses for each user
I want to ask for this feature, too.
My clients use multiple email addresses to report issues. Each time someone u...

2010-08-25

14:35 Redmine Help: RE: How to configure Apache2+fcid for Basic Auth / REST API
I found a solution for my problem.
You need a little different rewrite rule to get it working:...

2010-08-24

14:56 Redmine Help: How to configure Apache2+fcid for Basic Auth / REST API
Hello,
I have Redmine 1.0.1 set up via Apache2 and mod_fcgid on a Debian 5 system.
Everything is working well but...

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