This is not a problem I've heard of before with Review Board. The only times
people have reported issues with sending e-mail, it turned out to be a
configuration problem on the mail server software. It's possible it's
rejecting those e-mails for some reasons (not trusting the From: we put in
For all mail sending, we go through Django's mail API, which in turn uses
Python's built-in smtplib mail code. So any problem in actual transmission
would either have to be in Python (which I sort of doubt) or the mail
Unfortunately, I don't have any real ideas off-hand as to why you'd hit
this. Maybe somebody else has had this problem and will respond.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.review-board.org
VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 2:26 PM, joyjit <joy...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have managed to set up Review Board 1.0 on CentOS 5.3. We are using
> it with git.
> It works great, except for one annoying problem -- it seems to be
> frequently (and apparently randomly) miss sending email messages.
> For example, when one submits a patch for review (and publishes it),
> Review Board is supposed to send out an email message to all the
> reviewers. My installation of Review Board seems to be only doing this
> It is correctly configured to use sendmail. And it does occasionally
> send out the email notifications.
> However, when I take a look at my servers mail log file (/var/log/
> maillog) I see that indeed, occasionally there is no trace of
> reviewboard to have even attempted to send out email messages.
> -- Is anybody else seeing this problem?
> -- How can I help diagnose this problem ? (perhaps by turning on debug
> flags etc, but how?)
> Thanks in advance!
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