Brennan Johnson

  • Registered on: 2009-03-17
  • Last connection: 2009-09-04

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2009-09-01

21:36 Redmine Help: Redmine replies (via email) quote all previous threaded conversations.
Hello,
Just a quick question, is there a way to configure Redmine in such a way that when a user responds to a ric...

2009-05-28

18:13 Redmine Help: RE: 500 Internal Server Error after accidental reconfig
Can you access it on other ports, say if you start up the service with the -p option and specify another port (like 5...

2009-04-03

02:39 Redmine Help: RE: Email Notification error involving SSL
Found the solution:
Error:
wrong number of arguments (7 for 6)
Solution:
As I found out, both the ar_mailer a...

2009-04-01

00:18 Redmine Help: RE: Email Notification error involving SSL
So I've negated the errors, redmine's running again but whenever I try and send a test email (administration - settin...
19:17 Redmine Help: RE: Email Notification error involving SSL
So I followed up with this:
http://douglasfshearer.com/blog/gmail-smtp-with-ruby-on-rails-and-actionmailer
Instal...

2009-03-25

16:23 Redmine Help: RE: Email Notification error involving SSL
That's what I'm wondering.
Is there a more active Redmine community somewhere else?

2009-03-19

01:10 Redmine Help: RE: Can't create issue from email. (IMAP) "rake redmine:email:receive_imap" - Unable to det...
The user who sent the email needs permission to add the issue. i.e. If userA emails userB then both userA/B need acco...

2009-03-18

00:39 Redmine Help: Email Notification error involving SSL
So our mailserver is a zimbra box and users authenticate via ldap over SSL.
No authentication errors for redmine u...
16:37 Redmine Help: RE: 500 Internal Server Error after accidental reconfig
Ok, so I fixed this issue by telling webrick to utilize port 80 (which I configured via the webgui - which broke ever...
16:25 Redmine Help: RE: 500 Internal Server Error after accidental reconfig
Jean-Baptiste Barth wrote:
> It seems you already have something on port 3000 ; maybe you can find PID/process with ...

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