How can we control notifications for deleted attachments?
Whenever we send emails that hit JIRA, all images and attachments are placed as an attachment on the JIRA issue. This is wonderful for file attachments, however, all the small thumbnails that are on emails (eg: Logos, signature jpg's, etc.) can heavily clutter the issue with attachments. We go into the issue and delete these unwanted and unecessary attachments, but every time we delete one of these, an email is sent to all the watchers. This can sometimes lead to a wave of emails, especially if the initial email being absorbed by JIRA has a lengthy trail and it starts peeling off every image and placing it as an attachment... I think you get the idea here. How do we control notifications for deleted attachments?
Grateful for an answer, Jay
As it turns out, you can't just stop the notifications for deleting files as this notifications are the Issue Edited event. So you would have to remove this event from the Notification Scheme, but all other modifications done to the issue when you edit it's details won't generate mail as well. However, if that's fine, you can just edit the Notification Scheme associated with the project and remove recipients from the Issue Edited.
Thanks Jay. I found a program in the Marketplace that will allow you to filter what types of files can be added to an issue...for example, the thumbnail and logo images that are attaching as a result of a client responding to an issue in email are in .PNG format. Apparently this plug-in can filter attachments out based on the file type. It's called Attachment Checker for Jira. I haven't tried it yet! I also found an article that talks about removing attachments in bulk by removing them from the folder where they are kept on the server...I can't find that article again, but if I find it I will post it here. Good luck!
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