User id in custom field from to/cc

Is it possible to write a user id of existing JIRA users in a custom field from the to/cc field of an email? (with JEMH)

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Currently, JEMH deals with addressees in two ways, under "Email > Addressee Processing" if you include 'toCustomField' all addressees are checked to see if they relate to a current JIRA user. JIRA users are added to a nominated MultiUserPicker type, non-JIRA account holders are added 'CSV style' to a nominated TEXT custom field.

The differentiation between to: and cc: always caused problems, more often than not, there was really no difference. If your use case really requires differentation of to: and cc: addresses, that could be added, but isnt current doable (ironically, this is how JEMH first implemented things long ago!)

Do you want user id or mail id. how you send mail to user id ?

you can mail ids to cc or bcc.

you can get all the mail id of the user.

String recipient = user.getEmailAddress();

Email email = new Email(null,null,recipient); // this will add mail id in the bcc

I want that the users from the to/cc field are written in a custom field, if an issue is created with an email. But it should be possible to get their JIRA user id and not just plain text.

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