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JEMH: how not to save reporter user in CC: custom field?

Marketa Dvorackova Jul 19, 2015


I am using the addressee processing to get all the CC: people in the "Referent Partecipant" cf. The problem is that also the person sending the mail (aka Reporter) ends up in the list and I need a clean only-cc list of users to be able to send a cc notification with a postfunction.

Addressee HandlingtoCustomField 
JIRA account holders to MultiUser Custom FieldReferent Partecipant 
Assign non jira-user Email to Text CustomFieldReferent CC

I've created a postfunction that cuts the reporter from the CC field, which works great but not on the Create transition.

Is there any setting of the JEMH profile that I've missed? Or if not, any ideas on how to make the create transition post-function work?

Thanks a lot for any help.

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Andy Brook (DEV) Jul 20, 2015

I tried to replicate this but wasn't able to.  You didn't say above what the Non-JIRA Sender Address custom field was, if its the same Referent CC, that's the cause of what you see, it can be a separate single text line custom field.

Please log a support ticket and provide replication steps,



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