I am Administrator and main user of our Service Desk project.
We mainly use emails for raising requests and following up with all communications. Having all replies integrating with the system as comments is crucial.
For some reason, when I reply to customer email, my emails get rejected as "Signup is not currently available"
Since I am a the main user/agent/assignee/administrator, how come this happens?
My colleague, the other user part of the Service Desk has his emails go through in same situation.
Is this a permissions issue?
It might need further investigation on your side but it feels like JSD is trying to create users with incoming email addresses when not matched to an existing user. This won't work if public signup is not enabled I guess. That's my 5 cents with what I could imagine from your description!
Hope this helps! Let us know if you find out what and why :)
We are trying to deploy Jira Service Desk but because of this issue, we can't. Is there someone at Atlassian that can help us?
The Service Desk Email Processor does not see me as a Team Member and therefore tries to create a customer but can't. Can someone point me to a direction of finding why it is not finding my username/email since I am a valid user /Desk Team and administrators with all permissions.
Actually, JSD email handler is based on email address which means that if you're tring to raise a request with an email address which is not the one in your Jira account profile, Jira will think you're a different user (there's no matching based on name for instance). That was actually the intent of that question.
Hope this helps!
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