27 Sep '13, 11am

Using Gmail for notification messages - #Redmine

An answer, rather than a question. Difficulties using Gmail for notification messages appear all over the forums but there doesn't seem an ideal one to add my solution to it. So here goes.... I'm using a cloud hosted version of Redmine, based on the Turnkey Linux, but manually upgraded to 1.2.1 (Ruby 1.8.7, Rails 2.3.8) My corporate email firewall didn't like email from an IP address in a 'flexible' range so I decided to use email rather than Postfix/Sendmail. I didn't want Redmine to handle incoming mail. The answer was in these forums, but rather scattered about. Here's what to do in my situation. 1. Set up a gmail account 2. Set up forwarding to your usual email address in case someone replies to a notification (sigh..) 2. Change your Redmine / admin / settings / email notifications to match 3. Edit your Redmine configuration.yml in the application config directory so y...

Full article: http://www.redmine.org/boards/2/topics/26743

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