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I know JEMH is cool, but we have a one of own legacy mail handler, with a big logic.
Anybody knows some solution for parse html email to wiki format for jira.
My aim is good formatting,
Did you know that JEMH has pluggable Field Processor API's that you can implement your own 'big logic' part? Then, you'd get the inline image support / HTML tag conversions, body cleanup (removal) and signature reply-to removals that JEMH did already?
Beyond that, you'll have to write a HTML parser that does the conversion, there is no open source library I know of that will do the conversion to wiki markup for you.
Yes, JEMH would need to be licensed. you would be creating an Addon for JEMH, that contains your handers processing code. In a JEMH Profile configuration, you pick it as a 3rd part Field Processor, it gets the post html-wiki converted text and can then extracted through your big logic, any values that you need to set in custom fields etc. Output of such a Field Processor module is a Map of found keys/values (ie your logic is just concerned about 'extracting' the data, not manipulating JIRA issues etc.
what do you think to use JIRA bundle from JIRA Service Desk?
Atlassian-Plugin-Key com.atlassian.jira.jira-email-processor-plugin Bundle-Name jira-email-processor-plugin Bundle-SymbolicName com.atlassian.jira.jira-email-processor-plugin
Thanks for your advice.
You get me a good idea.
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