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Sorry, I still dont understand. Your first image illustrates how the JSM email handler processes the email:
Your second image illustrates that when you cluck into the Assignee field you will get a list of possible agents that you can assign the issue to.
I do not understand this question - "how to choose an executor in a letter and he was assigned in the task?"
what is "executor" and "letter"? there are no such fields/terms in Jira.
ok so I guess by "letter" you mean "email"? Then you are saying that you need to manually choose the Assignee. Is that correct? By default the Assignee is "unassigned", however there are a number of ways to auto-assign an issue. For example you could set up Components and Component leads or you could set up automation rule to assign the issue. there are rules that allow for load balanced assignment or round robin, etc. The question is how do you decide who gets an issue?