We're using JIRA 7.1 Software, with a definite incoming Mail.
Is it possible to attach the incoming mail to the issue in .eml?
We developed a plugin for JIRA 4.3 with the SOAP API, but, with the new API, the script can't work.
Here is how it looked like in JIRA 4.3:
Does someone know how to do it with JIRA 7.1?
JIRA 7.1 build in mail handler does not have such function. You will need a plugin for it.
If you dont fancy develop your own plugin, you can always pick a solution from Atlassian Market. There are few plugins that can attach email. One of them is EMH:
When you say the test failed, what happened there exactly?
would be great if you can create a ticket here:
and provide more information.
Hi @Hangsu Ma,
The fail was only my fault
I have another problem right now
I have my Project "Crash Tesr", key "TC". Is it possible to create an issue with a key different of TC-1, TC-2, TC-3... SUP-1 for example?
Moreover, does your Mail Handler always create a new issue when I send an email? Can he recognise an issue key to add a comment?
Best Regards, Damien.
The issue created by mail handler in a project is always using the project key. I am guessing you just need a way to differentiate issues created from mail handler and issues created by user. If that's the case, they you can try set email handler to create a specific type of issue, or add a label on the issue.
For the comments, yes, if your email subject contains a valid issue key, it will be added to that issue as comment. Or if your email is a reply to a email which created an issue through mail handler, then it will always become a comment of that created issue.
Replace the SOAP calls with a REST equivalent - look under issues in https://developer.atlassian.com/jiradev/latest-updates/soap-and-xml-rpc-api-deprecation-notice/jira-soap-to-rest-migration-guide#JIRASOAPtoRESTMigrationGuide-Issues
I tried to use this link to help me changing the plugin. But, it don't really help me, for this, we use different scripts java/shell.
And, a lot of methods used are not present in your link.
As example, is the script 4.3. And what I tried to do in .
The changes between the two scripts are too much important to juste use this guide
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