Is there any place where I (as a system administrator) can go through the list of successfuly sent emails from Jira?
Some workers report not getting the some important notifications from Jira. I tried to verify that information, so I looked for the outgoing mail log. I found the atlassian-jira-outgoing-mail.log, but it shows only warns and errors. I can't seem to find any log or registry of all successfully sent mails, therefore I can not verify if users just missed the mails (spam folder maybe), or if they realy did not receive it.
I'd love to see an verbosity option which just shows me subject line, recipients, timestamp, and perhaps sender on a single line in that log for a successfully sent mail. I certainly don't need the message body. We generate a tremendous amount of mail and running in debug mode full time is not an option for us. Currently it is very difficult to determine if missing mail is a user issue, an SMTP issue, or a JIRA Issue.
Sorry for the late reply.
We had a similar isssue and wrote a plugin for compensation. You can now see in the issue who has ben notified.
We have the same question. We really need to log sent emails (for auditing) but with normal email logging turned on the only thing in the log files are errors. Turning on debugging is far to verbose. Another very curious thing is that I am seeing incoming error message in the atlassian-jira-outgoing-mail.log
2014-12-10 13:39:23,206 WARN [JIRA_SVC_Incoming] QuartzScheduler_Worker-2 ServiceRunner firstname.lastname@example.org Unable to extract text from MIME part with Content-Type 'multipart/related;
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