My previous service desk had email integration in the responses. You were able to select a user or type an email address in both the To and CC fields. I find that this is lacking in JIRA Service Desk, and would like to find out if we can add that functionality.
In the environment I'm using Service Desk in, clients will often email in their tickets and CC relevant parties. If those parties are left out of the ticket or responses, then we can't ensure that all the right people have the latest information.
I've also installed CRM for JIRA, but I'm not sure that this will be useful in handling email tickets, or ticket responses.
This is a step in the right direction. What I don't get is how this affects the community portal. Can all watchers see the support ticket from their portal? Also, if the support desk is made public, does this mean that anyone CC'd can be added as a watcher, regardless of whether they are a registered member? I need emails coming in to include the sender and any CCs, and response going out to include all those same people too. I also need all of those people involved in a ticket to have visibility in the portal.
This is a step in the right direction. What I don't get is how this affects the community portal. Can all watchers see the support ticket from their portal? So you want the Cc users to be able to access the service desk customer portal? or just to be notified on issue updates etc? Who are the Cc users .... service desk agents, external people or customers ?
Also, if the support desk is made public, does this mean that anyone CC'd can be added as a watcher, regardless of whether they are a registered member? No only registered users can be added. I believe if you have public signup enabled it will only create new users using the from address, not the Cc address.
Note: I use the addon JETI to capture the Cc address and add this to a custom single text field .e.g "External Watchers", and then send notifications based on an event .e.g comment added and have JETI email users in that custom field.
More info about JETI can be found here http://www.meta-inf.hu/wiki/display/PLUG/JIRA+Email+This+Issue
Joel, I believe your suggestions work well in normal JIRA, but don't work as well with JIRA Service Desk. The JIRA Service Desk comes with its own Mail Handler (Service Desk Mail Handler). It does not have the functionality to capture CC addresses like JIRA's other built-in mail handlers. Other mail handlers, including JETI, do not work properly with the Service Desk because they don't know how to handle Customer accounts. For example, they don't have the ability to turn non-registered email addresses into a Service Desk Customer rather than a JIRA User. Those other mail handlers also do not know how to set the Service Desk Request Type field. JETI currently has a feature suggestion to add support for Service Desk: https://metainf.atlassian.net/browse/JETI-556 I am fully in agreement with Ravi's initial question. It would be excellent for the JIRA Service Desk product to add support for CC addresses. It should capture those addresses and continue to CC those people on the correspondence about that service desk ticket. If anyone else knows a work-around or different solution, please share.
While this is nice that the functionality is added for the Service Desk team, CC'd e-mails are still getting missed when added by client's initial email.
1.A client emails SD from their e-mail, not via the portal, with 2 CC'd email addresses
2. Issue is created for the client email
3. All CC'd email addresses are dropped from request and only the TO sender (client) is displayed.
This opens up the chance for missed communication from the SD team and the CC'd individuals.
In a similar situation.
We have some SD's that need to see who all are int he TO and CC field, but not automatically add them to the participants as large distribution groups are often times included in the CC.
Do someone know if today June 2018, JETI is handling this problem, seems from their docu that you can add recipient as watcher and I guess that would solve this issue?
I have the similar case that I try tosolve so would love to have some first hand experience shared here:
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