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The email piping is a technique of sending email message as an input to a program rather than appending the message to the mailbox file, allowing for real-time email delivery and handling. Every mail server has its own rules and procedures for mail delivery, making it hard to provide common instructions for configuring an MTA. You should refer to your hosting manual or contact your hosting provider for email piping instructions if none of the methods below works for you.
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* osTicket supports both remote and local piping
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* Email piping must be enabled in admin panel
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==Local Piping==
 
==Local Piping==
 
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===Setting up aliases in cPanel===
 
===Setting up aliases in cPanel===
 
 
====CPANEL X Instructions====
 
====CPANEL X Instructions====
 
 
====Mail delivery failed====
 
====Mail delivery failed====
 
 
===Setting up aliases with qmail===
 
===Setting up aliases with qmail===
 
 
===Setting up aliases for sendmail===
 
===Setting up aliases for sendmail===
 
 
===Setting up aliases in .procmailrc===
 
===Setting up aliases in .procmailrc===
 
 
===Setting up aliases in Plesk (Postfix)===
 
===Setting up aliases in Plesk (Postfix)===
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==Remote Piping==
  
==Remote Piping==
 
 
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Revision as of 09:49, 22 April 2014

The email piping is a technique of sending email message as an input to a program rather than appending the message to the mailbox file, allowing for real-time email delivery and handling. Every mail server has its own rules and procedures for mail delivery, making it hard to provide common instructions for configuring an MTA. You should refer to your hosting manual or contact your hosting provider for email piping instructions if none of the methods below works for you.

  • osTicket supports both remote and local piping
  • Email piping must be enabled in admin panel

Local Piping


Setting up aliases in cPanel

CPANEL X Instructions

Mail delivery failed

Setting up aliases with qmail

Setting up aliases for sendmail

Setting up aliases in .procmailrc

Setting up aliases in Plesk (Postfix)

Remote Piping


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