Create the e.g. 'redmineseen' and 'redminefailed' folders on the imap account that's going to receive messages. Send a test email to that mailbox, make sure it's still flagged as UNREAD (you can mark read/unread with thunderbird).
First, check that the command line works,
cd /usr/src/redmine/ rake redmine:email:receive_imap \ RAILS_ENV=production \ host=IMAP_SERVER port=993 ssl=true \ username=TESTACCOUNT password="XXXX" \ move_on_success=redmineseen move_on_failure=redminefailed \ project=test-project tracker=support \ unknown_user=accept no_permission_check=1
note tracker=support -- tickets get created as "support" request note unknown_user=accept no_permission_check=1 -- unknown emails are allowed to create tickets check that the ticket get's created and the message moved to the e.g. 'redmineseen' mailbox. Then enable it e.g. this crontab,
crontab -u redmine -e #su - redmine #crontab -e (copy/paste most of the vars defined in `env`, at least the bundle version and the PATH) * * * * * /root/bin/rakefetch.bash >/dev/null 2>&1 || echo RAKE FETCH FAILED
Note that you'll have to copy lots of
env variables to the rakefetch script to make it work.
Eventually add an option in mailhandler to disable server certificate verification,
cd extra/mail_handler/ cp rdm-mailhandler.rb rdm-mailhandler.rb.dist vi rdm-mailhandler.rb grep OpenSSL::SSL::VERIFY_PEER rake redmine:email:receive_imap RAILS_ENV="production" host=IMAP_SERVER port=993 username=TESTACCOUNT password="PASSWORD" ssl=true move_on_success=redmineseen move_on_failure=redminefailed project=test-project unknown_user=accept no_permission_check=1 tracker=bug \\ allow_override=tracker,priority
make sure the mail is unread on the imap resource...
test that everything works: