[Pkg-exim4-users] Address_pipe transport

Leopold Palomo-Avellaneda leo at alaxarxa.net
Sat Mar 22 14:47:27 UTC 2014


I'm trying to setup a system where a email arrive, and it's processed from 
/etc/aliases is delivered 
to a script to execute. For instance, in my etc/aliases:

trac-system: "| email2trac_ticket.sh system "

where email2trac_ticket.sh is located in /usr/bin with the correct 

I have found a lot of documentation and I think that I have setup 
correctly. But I got this error:

email2trac_ticket.sh system <trac-system at foo.net> R=system_aliases 
T=address_pipe: Child process of address_pipe transport returned 127 (could 
mean unable to exec or command does not exist) from command: 

So, it's possible that the debian exim has this feature blocked or disable? Do 
I have missed something obvious?



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