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OSTicket Email Piping fix

I allready use osTicket on my server.

Everything is working perfectly.

But not the e-mail Piping/mail fetcher

I want to do the following things:

1. A new ticket will be opened automatically when a customer send by mail to my support email adresses.

I mean for example: my support email adress ist ** and someone send a email to this mail adress osticket have to open a new ticket

2. I would like to receive automatically a message when someone send create a new ticket via email

I want this message also when i´m not logged in. ( for this i use allready auto cron)

3. The customer should be able to reply by email and like to get a message when there reply.

I want this message also when i´m not logged in. ( for this i use allready auto cron)

4. I want to set everything up with a free cron job service. Maybee you know a good one.

Important!!!

If you want the work you must have Skeipe and it must be possible to talk with you with headset and Microphones. Makes the job much easier for me and you

Kemahiran: HTML, Javascript, MySQL, PHP, Memasang Skrip

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Tentang Majikan:
( 7 ulasan ) Mainaschaff, Germany

ID Projek: #1535033

3 pekerja bebas membida secara purata $88 untuk pekerjaan ini

toinnisfree

quick pro help. ftp and escrow required.

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raovattaydo

Hello Please read more than private message thank you

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asileika

I'm expirienced linux administrator and have wroked with OSTicket a little bit and can do this task for you.

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