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This is a new install on CentOS 7
Originally I had some issues with SELinux blocking my attempts to authenticate mail. I have resolved those and verified that the firewall is not my issue by testing with it off and on in Centos.
This is behind a simple router using port forwarding to get to the server. Ports for http and sql are forwarded.
I typically will rule out all things before looking for help but, this has me stumped. I will start looking at my version to see if I need to change my PHP version or something.
This is my system Info:
|osTicket Version||v1.10 (901e5ea) — Up to date|
|Web Server Software||Apache/2.4.6 (CentOS) PHP/5.4.16|
|gdlib||Used for image manipulation and PDF printing|
Used for email fetching
|xml-dom||Used for HTML email processing|
|json||Improves performance creating and processing JSON|
|mbstring||Highly recommended for non western european language content|
|phar||Highly recommended for plugins and language packs|
|intl||Highly recommended for non western european language content|
|fileinfo||Used to detect file types for uploads|
|APCu||Improves overall performance|
|Zend Opcache||Improves overall performance|
|"1" is recommended if AJAX is not working|
|Setting default timezone is highly recommended|
|Database Information and Usage|
|Space Used||2.45 MiB|
|Space for Attachments||0.06 MiB|
|Timezone||CST (Interpreted as America/Chicago)|