All customers on my Jira Service Desk open tickets solely by email, and that is working fine. However, they use an e-mail signature full of images that end up filling tickets with useless attachments.
Is there a way to ignore these images by default?
All files have the same name, so it would be useful if we could just "teach" JSD to not add these files as attachments when new issues are created.
Is that possible?
Hello Arc! How are you?
There isn't such a feature on built-in Jira currently to remove specific images of attachments.
Or, you can also try use Script Runner plugin:
Example on how to delete attachments: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/106733/deleting-all-attachments-through-groovy
Use an "If...Else" statement to filter attachments you don't want and then add the script to the Create Issue transition.
Hope it helps!
Logged a ticket for this annoying thing not handled by JSD:
Also, logged a feature request to support this in JSD in Enhanced Mail Handler plugin that does it although for Jira Server only atm.
JEMH's price plans are out of the question for my organisation and customers.
Another ticket to vote for logged here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-13776
Google G Suite subscribed users (not available in free accounts) have the option to remove attachments by file name or type in Advanced Settings > Attachment Compliance - more info at https://support.google.com/a/answer/2364580?hl=en.
I like that JEMH is able to filter out by MD5 hash whih would be probably the most reliable and accurate but $500 for 1 user... NO. They should have at least followed Atlassian's licensing model and don't give such steep pricing thus limiting their product to Enterprise or rich folks.
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