JIRA Service Desk Attachments

Morning All

Hope someone can help.

We have started to use JSD but not via the portal, customers send in requests via email. When i put an attachment on a ticket and the customer gets the email notification back with the attachment, the link for the attachment seems to indicate they need access to the portal which currently they dont have. So they cant actually view/download the attachment.

Any ideas, thanks.

J

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Hi John,

JSD email notifications to customers that contain attachments require the customer to click a link and login to view the attachment, currently there is no built in way to attach the issue attachment to the email itself. A suggestion is already open with Atlassian to implement this: JSDSERVER-3371

Currently the only way to attach the file to the actual email is via a third-party mail handler plugin such as JEMH (I work for the vendor) which is capable of gathering all the relevant issue attachments and attaching them directly to email notifications.

Kind Regards,

Reece

thanks for the reply

Hi John;

Workaround : Do not use "space" or characters like  (+%&/-) in the attachements/files name.

 

Br

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