I have a question regarding customers who create comments with attachments on existing tickets via email. The e-mail body itself is nicely recorded as comment. However, the attachments are added to the ticket but not added/joined to the newly created comment. And this means that the attachments they sent are not visible in the portal for them.
How can I configure service management in a way that customers who email comments can also see their own attachments?
Could you provide further assistance?
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Testing on my local site, I created a ticket via email and then replied to a notification adding a photo or just using the option to attach a file, in this case, using Gmail.
Both options added the images as a comment and it was visible on the portal.
Are they using a mail client like Outlook/Thunderbird?
Is it happening with any type of file?
If they add an attachment via the customer portal, is the attachment saved correctly in the comment?
Hi @Angélica Luz,
Thank you for your reply and sharing your example. Exactly as expected and that’s why I’m a bit confused.
Are they using a mail client like Outlook/Thunderbird? Outlook & Gmail
Is it happening with any type of file? Yes: txt, csv, log etc.
If they add an attachment via the customer portal, is the attachment saved correctly in the comment? Yes, no problem there.
In addition to my question, below you see the attached files within the ticket/project in Jira Service Desk
The green marked file is added by the customer 'manually' via the customer portal and it is visible on the portal. And also marked with little an 'eye' - the link to the comment.
The red marked file is the attachment of an e-mail by the (same) customer: not linked to the comment and therefore not visible on the portal for the customer. As mentioned before, the body of e-mail itself is perfectly converted to a comment in the ticket/project.
Thank you for testing and for the details, Maurice.
We tried to replicate the issue here and it only happened when an agent replied to the notification.
Also, the icons of the attachments on your screenshots are from Google docs and we tried to replicate it as well, but it didn’t work. Some of them show this icon, but it works normally on the portal:
Would it be possible to test by replying to the notification adding an image from the computer instead of adding a document from Google Drive?
What are the steps they are following to add those attachments? I understand it must be simple, but by adding files and images normally from Outlook and Gmail, the attachments were added here.
Are they replying to the customer notification or agent (system) notification?
I can see that you are a user of a Standard Jira site, so in case you need someone to maybe access the site to check what is happening, you can reach out to your site administrator and they can create a ticket with our support on support.atlassian.com/contact.
Hi @Angélica Luz,
Thank you for your efforts in resolving the issue. Your counter questions triggered the solution. Our clients mixed up the e-mail address in their reply. So an e-mail with an attachment to email@example.com only adds a comment, whereas an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org adds a comment and adds the corresponding attachment.
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