First of all, many thanks for your time to readh and help in this one.
Jira Service Desk project is configured with the following customer permission:
Who can raise requests? --> Customers who are added to the project.
This means we are adding manually customers before any action from customer.
Jira (Server 8.15)
Running in Jira we have “email this issue” app with mail handler configured.
There is a default rule with the instruction:
Find related issue:
No Related issue
This is to add comments to existing cases. No other actions, No issues creation, nothing else.
Customers already added to Service Desk. Ther is no issues here to see the portal, receive emails and notifications. No issues in the portal.
When the user sends an email to email@example.com (or reply a previous received one) the email handler catch the email (as expected) and see the case reference but can’t add the comment and logs the following error:
ERROR: com.atlassian.servicedesk.api.ForbiddenException: You don't have permission to access this Service Desk.
- The user email is a valid user
Log: INFO: Found user for firstname.lastname@example.org, executing as user (email@example.com)
- User is already configured as customer (and can create cases….)
- The rule says to comment the case but can’t do it due to permissions.
How can I make this working?
We need to enable the option to send emails to jira and this update/create cases.
Hi @Humberto Gomes ,
thank you for all the information. I apologize for the delay, I needed to look more into Email this issue functionality.
In the documentation I've provided before is this paragraph:
"Customer requests and comments are processed differently than Jira mail. Issues created via Jira email handlers don't show up as service project customer requests. For this reason, we don't recommend using a Jira mail handler for service projects. Read Creating issues and comments from email for more information."
I think this is the problem, because it seems to me Email this issue handler works very similar. Your issues are not handled as requests, but as issues and your user needs to have Service Management licence to be able to comment publicly/create issues, see here. That is why everything works fine, when you give the SM licence to your user.
So, I believe the only possible way is to add one linked email account to each of your Service Management projects.
Many thanks for your answer.
This is the customer experience:
Mail from JIRA to the customer:
If the customer reply to the email: (click to reply in the email)
He will send to the correct email. The email linked to the SD project.
If he writes to: firstname.lastname@example.org will not work.(as you said before)
But Jira@truphone.com is the email he is seeing...
So, how can I change this?
The first email should be like "Humberto.gomes" <email@example.com> using the SD email. not the Jira email.
Hi @Humberto Gomes ,
I understand, what you mean, but unfortunately I don't think it is possible, see here.
It's possible to change the outgoing mail address for your Service Management project, but then all the project's mails will be sent via this address (not just the portal ones, what is I think you need).
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