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Lookupissues says "No related issues could be found", when in fact the JQL script shows there are

Lookupissues says "No related issues could be found"

I'm using Team-Managed-Software project on Cloud server.

I've set up a relatively simple automation JQL script 

a) scheduled every 5 mins

b) a simple script that guarantees to find issues (priority >medium)

c) will send email using simple content ie {{#lookupIssues}} * {{key}} {{/}}


When the rule runs, it says "No actions performed", and expanded it says

"No related issues could be found"

Well its quite clear that the JQL script finds 9 issues, so why doesnt it work?

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my bad. I overlooked script I'd put in the "schedule", which returns 0 issues.

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